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message this message is importantAny opinions on the best program to use for an amateur underwater photographer? I have a Canon G12 and a Sony RX100 M2 and use 2 Ikelite DS 125 strobes on each. Not looking to spend a ton of money, trying to find a decent program to edit my photos to help with color, etc. Would like to stay under $100 but not sure that is possible. Thanks for your help.
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message I would say.
1. Adobe Photoshop (Expensive)
2. Gimp (freeware)Especially look at Auto Whitebalance)
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