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Picasa 2 or Something New

by magnogreato / February 27, 2007 8:53 AM PST

(1)I have Picasa2 and its dig. editing software which is nothing short of magnificent.....the only problem I have is that when I edit some great shots to make them better (which they do become better) and transfer them to the Google website you're allowed to have, some of the pics are very "light in color" from the originals....Anyone know how to over come this?
(2)I would like to have a separate dig. ed. software package very much like Picasa2 but do not have a clue what's available looking thru the web. The color and sharpness editing in picasa is really great and I'd like to find those two parameters besides anything else similar to Picasa2....DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY GOOD CHOICES?
Thanks a mil.

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