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can u use photoshop for digital camera's and can the pic's look professional or do u need those nikon cameras?

do i need an expensive camera to get professional looking photographs like the photographers have or can i use my regular digital camera to get the same results?...and what photoshop program is best?

Asked By: michy - 7/17/2007
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In the film days the quality of a picture depended on the quality of the lens and how flat the camera held the film. Everything else was immaterial. Professional SLRs simply made things more reliable and accurate. What really made the picture quality was in fact the film and there was a lot to choose from. And what... More
Answered By: Shutterbug - 7/19/2007
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Its not the camera its the photographer. As long as you use 100ISO or lower your pictures will come out amazing. But having a SLR does help quite a lot in framing shots.
Answered By: Koko - 7/17/2007
 
photoshop is a very powerful program. As long as the picture you started out with is good, if you retouch it with photoshop, it will be great. And there are many free tutorials out there to teach you about photoshop and retouching photos. So no, you do not need one of those expensive nikons
Answered By: AznMzkn - 7/17/2007
 
no need for some high tech new camera.use your usual camera and connect it to the computer and use any applications like picasa may be.
Answered By: Nick Carter - 7/17/2007
 
You can use any camera and use software to retouch.But it takes a lot of time if you've never used the software.Paint Shop Pro is good and so is Photoshop... More
Answered By: SouthernGirl - 7/17/2007
 
You can use any digital camera. But the lens, exposure system, and versatility of the system help getting that perfect picture easier... More
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Answered By: George Y - 7/17/2007
 
Photoshop is plenty to give you good results. In fact Photoshop Elements is all you really need. Most pros don't even use all Photoshop can do and it takes a long time to learn it as well. It's a very complicated program. You need to get better acquainted with what the camera can do and how to use it.
Answered By: MissWong - 7/17/2007
 
Go here http://www.flickr.com/photos/samfeinstein/tags/cameraphone or http://www.flickr.com/photos/samfeinstein/tags/coolpix4600 or http://www.flickr.com/photos/samfeinstein/tags/4600... More
Answered By: Dr. Sam - 7/17/2007
 
Professionals can use any camera and NOT need to use Photoshop... More
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Answered By: fhotoace - 7/17/2007
 
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