This section of our site is to help you find resources on the internet for your post-processing.

If you're just starting out don't be afraid to ask anyone questions at the club meeting.

Please let our Webmaster know if you've found something you think other Members would find interesting.

Note: the links on this site are neither sponsored or recommended by the club - they have been suggested by other Members. Please report any broken links to the Webmaster

The St Neots and District Camera Club is not responsible for the content of external sites.

Adobe Photoshop - probably one of the most used photo-editing programs.

Adobe Lightroom - a RAW file processing and management system, an alternative to Photoshop.
Both of the above are in the Creative Cloud (subscription service ) from Adobe.

Adobe Photoshop Elements - a simpler and non-subscription photo-editing program, made even more powerful with the Elements+ plug-in to unlock additional tools.

Affinity Photo - a powerful and non-subscription alternative to Adobe Creative Cloud products.

Adobe DNG Converter - to convert RAW files to Digital Negative (DNG), useful when you buy a new camera and your existing software doesn't support it.

DxO's Nik Collection - Specialist tools such as the monochrome converter, Silver Efex Pro. Is now charged for.

Capture One - a RAW processing system widely used by professional photographers.

And something slightly different:

The Photographer's Ephemeris (TPE) - App for finding sunrise and sunset times and directions at any location. There is also a version for your PC or MAC Desktop.

Footpath Map - Open source mapping of footpaths - useful for access to locations.