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    Hi team

    Do you have any recommendation of software to retouch old pictures?

    I started playing with Akvis retoucher. Photoshop is also an alternative.
    Any other one you may like?

    I started scanning a bunch of very old slides from my wife's family. They are all full of dust, fingerprints and liquid marks.

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    I've always used Photoshop for this kind of thing. Gimp is another (free!) alternative, I don't find it as intuitive as Photoshop, but if you put just a little time into learning it, it's a bargain.
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    Adobe elements (sort of like a light version of photoshop) should also do the trick but it costs just over 100.
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