Yeah curves are more versatile, however some digital camers have good software of their own.
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I just wanted to let you guys know that a fine young man by the name of Matt Perko has written a tutorial for us that shows you a cool way to enhance your digital camera photos in photoshop. You can check it out here: http://www.epasture.com/tutorials3.html
I've always used Image --> Adjustments --> Levels... so I thought this was a pretty cool way of doing it too, and besides I never really understood how the curves worked.
How do you guys do your photos?
I use Dell Image Expert for my digital editing. Works pretty well for basics, but is not nearly as powerful as Photoshop.
You might want to check out the book:
"The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers" by Scott Kelby
It's a great resource for Photoshop users!
(And is even somewhat helpful to non-Photoshop users like me!)
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