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Numerous online tutorials are available to help you learn how to use photo software to enhance your photos or remove red-eye. There are also free web-based photo editing systems that allow you to upload your photos and edit them within your web browser.
- If you already own photo-editing software, check out the manufacturer's Web site to see if they have a user guide beyond the help files it came with. Or search for the name of your software with the word "tips" or something similar.
- You don't have to rely on expensive software for editing your photos. Software like Photoshop is full-featured and may provide more options than you'll ever need, but there are also good free software programs out there with advanced features. Try paint.net.
- Camera manufacturers often have editing tips on their Web sites. The same can be said for manufacturers of photo printers; for example, Hewlett Packard has a section of its Web site devoted to digital photography that's so helpful we've included it below.
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