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A lot of amateur photographers will sometimes have that “if only I…” disposition when they look at the shots they took. They feel like once you snap, the image is set in digital stone. This is not true at all. There are all kinds of image correcting software available today. True, some of the higher end programs can cost a ton of dough. However, usually the digital camera and binocular camera companies will provide a very basic program free of charge. You can use it to change the size, correcting red eye. Even converting the photo to B&W or a sepia tone. So check what comes with your digital camera binoculars. If it does come with software make sure it is compatible with your computer. If it isn't, most of the time they will provide alternate software for other platforms on their website. Then you can download the one that works for you.