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10 contenders go head-to-head to see which software is the best for processing astrophotography

To Adobe or not to Adobe. That is the question many photographers are asking with the spate of new image processing programs vying to “kill Photoshop.” I tested more than ten contenders as alternatives to Adobe’s image processing software, evaluating them for the specialized task of editing demanding nightscape images taken under the Milky Way, […] The post 10 contenders go head-to-head to see which software is the best for processing astrophotography appeared first on DIY Photography.
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