Can I use the software that came with my camera?

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Photographer Jenny Berman explains whether or not you should use the software that comes with your camera.

    Jenny Berman

    I have been a professional photographer for over twelve years. Since the ninth grade, the support of friends, family, and mentors opened a door to a different world, one behind a lens. My first inspiration was Jerry Uelsmann. Uelsmann is a photo-surrealist from the 60’s before the advent of digital art. He used multiple enlargers, hours of darkroom time, and perfected a unique style. His innovation and mastery of technique still drive me today. I learned my craft at The School of Visual Arts in New York City, where I studied with the finest photographers and printers in the world. Through Robert Frank, Anne Leibovitz, and many other established photographers and organizations, I learned the many factors that comprise a perfect photograph; subject, lighting, the finished print, and of course the person behind it all. In July of 2002 I ventured on my own, and started Ashton Imaging Inc. With pride, I bring every photograph to life, and am able to send clients home with much more than a print; I present my clients with a story and an idea or value they never noticed. I bring my photographs and your photographs together and preserve the chronicles of your life.

    Host: Can I use the software that came with my camera? Jenny Berman: Now the software that comes with the camera, whichever camera you buy, you always get software with it, I think they are great. They are very basic, they do the job especially if you are taking your photographs to the lab, they will surprise just as well as anything else. You can color craft in most of them, you can edit them and rename them. I love my camera software; I use it on the daily basis actually.