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Old Sep 10, 2005, 1:03 PM   #1
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As my name suggests, 35mm photography has been my hobbyfor many years,however I'mvery new to dgicams. I recently tooka Sony Cybershot with me on vacation and shotabout 500 pictures. Upon returning and transferriing thoseimages to my PC, I noticed that a great many of them have a greenish tint when displayed on my monitor.

My objective is toto share the best ofmy pictures with family and friends (via a 'digiital slide show'),which they can view on their PC's monitor (or TV). But before doing that, I really need to correct the green-cast. Therefore,I'm looking for an easy-to-use editor that would facilitate my making the necessarycorrection in a batch manner (ie., correcting all of the images within a given folder atthe same time). Any advice or recommendations would be most appreciated.
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Old Sep 10, 2005, 9:24 PM   #2
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I believe you can do batch fix ups with Adobe Photoshop Elements.

Adobe Photoshop Elements, in my mind, is intermediate level software.
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