I do the bulk of my photo editing in Lightroom, and move into CS6 with Nik plugins for anything that I want more work on, especially HDR, which for the most part I prefer to keep looking as I originally saw it with my eyes.
Looking forward to learning more from other users, and maybe even offer some help if I can.
Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays (whichever you prefer), from Kent in SE England.
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