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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR TOOLS Post-Processing & Workflow (Public) Apple Post-Processing (Public) topic #1168
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Rotts3 Gold Member  Purcellville, US  Nikonian since 08th Feb 2013 Fri 08-Mar-13 12:09 PM
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"Pixelmator"



I just made the move to a Mac BookPro and I am thinking about getting Pixelmator for editing photo's. I am not looking to do extensive photo editing but would like to do resizing, cropping, straightening and sharpening.

Does anyone have any experience with this software? If so, what is your take on it, good/bad or nuetral?

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ecossephoto   UK  Registered since 21st Jun 2012 Fri 08-Mar-13 01:42 PM
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I would have thought that iPhoto would meet those requirements?

  

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AMusingFool Silver Member  Arlington, US  Nikonian since 30th Dec 2012 Fri 08-Mar-13 03:03 PM
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It might; for sure, Aperture will (although you might well want to add Nik's sharpener).

Pixelmator is more for layer-based or pixel-level editing.

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