My grandparents went to Liverpool and all I got was...

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Clive,

The cool thing is that IS II is less that $30 and RSP is less than $25. Not bad for the amount of time that they save on each image (but don't tell FM ;-)).
 
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Update:

I have just downloaded the D70 versions of CSPro and Resize Pro for less than $50 for the pair (converts to about £28 ).

Now all I have to is learn to use 'em and re-work my back catalogue (only about 30,000 pics!).

Thanks to all for their advice.
 

gho

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Nice MY! Man, you must be rich! As for the Canon shot, it seems to have a bit of a color cast. I processed a bunch of photos recently and made them a bit warmer as people tend to prefer the warmer tones ("Canon look"). But I really didn't like it too much.

I'm more of one that likes neutral colors. From what I've seen, only Canon P&S' have that warm bias.
 
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Beautiful shot, and great image of the Liver Building. I haven't been to Liverpool since 1979 ( I think I was three years old then *LMAO*). Those little Canon P&S cameras are great - I always have mine with me just in case, and they take excellent videos. Mine does 60 frames per second and captures the sound nicely for my birding.

We have a "Cat" here in Toronto going between our city and Rochester, NY and looks exactly the same as that boat.

Love the Tshirt and the cutie in it. Beatles rule!! LOL
 
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