Well, at least I'm glad I got my wife a Canon EOS XTi for Christmas. She has a natural gift for composition and I think she can grow into this camera. I was worried it was maybe too much camera for her, but she is picking it up fast.
Now to figure out which software to get, besides just Photoshop. (Wndows based for the time being)
Photoshop's RAW conversion is great, and the new tools in CS3 are pretty cool. I'd say that you probably don't need much more than Photoshop until you get into asset management types of apps, and bridge can do a lot there too.
And, of course, learn the power of RAW. My friend Michael Reichmann http://www.luminous-landscape.com/ has some great articles on such topics that could be of help.
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