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    It's great we can edit the high-res pictures (38 megapixels, right?) directly on the Lumia 1020, but I was wondering what folks where using when editing the pictures on the PC.

    I've used Paint.Net (Paint.NET - Free Software for Digital Photo Editing, free) and Corel AfterShotPro (Photo Management Software - Corel AfterShot Pro - Formerly Bibble Pro, $49, way cheaper than Photoshop).

    Are there any other good options out there for Windows 7 and/or Windows 8?
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    GIMP is more well-known by Linux users, but it is available for Windows. GIMP - Downloads

    It is free.
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    I've used Paint.NET for years. It has a clean UI and is simple, easy, robust, and efficient. It doesn't have the most functionality but in general it has what matters and I rarely find myself having to go elsewhere. For any sort of batch processing or EXIF viewing I use IrfanView.

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