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Re:Microscope / camera recommendations for otoliths 8 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0  
I've never used CS6, but i do have a (very old) version of the "full" Photoshop at home. At work we use Adobe Elements to organize/edit our images, and so far i haven't found it lacking. Mostly it's cropping, resizing, adding dots/markers for annuli, adding text, adding a scale bar overlay, and merging images to make one bigger picture. I do a lot of closeups of both halves of a burnt oto to make one picture, or even four individual images of a cross section on older ones. I do all my merging "by hand" with Elements, instead of one of the photo panorama plugins, because i find the ones iv'e used to be lacking.

I think there might be a trial version of Elements you can try, too, to see if it's beefy enough for what you need. From what i understand it'll save you a bit of cash over the "full" Photoshop.
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