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AfterShot Pro: Non-destructive photo editing and management by Joachim Ziebs

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Chapter 2. A Quick Tour of the Main Controls

This chapter offers a quick tour of the main controls of AfterShot Pro to make sure that you don't get lost in the later chapters. The user interface of AfterShot Pro is quite different from those you are probably accustomed to in other applications, especially if you mostly use Windows programs. It is therefore necessary to look at the interface very carefully.

Default window layout

AfterShot Pro looks like the following screenshot when you open it to work on an image. You can clearly see the window layout with a top toolbar, a left panel, a right panel, a thumbnail strip, a main tool bar and a status bar.

If you are not familiar with image editors or RAW converters, this sight can be intimidating. But ...

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