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Thread: Digital Photo Software

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    Hi,

    I currently use Paintshop8 to "touch up" and "adjust/ re-size" etc.
    My digital pictures. I particularly like the One-Step-photo Fix!
    I was wondering which is the best software out there for
    such jobs?
    I would like quite simple programs if possible

    Cheers!

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    ACDSEE has simple and logical editor - i use version 3 , dont like the newest one-too much crp in it
    or else.....try


  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Thanks

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    Photoshop is great for the tough stuff, but the FREEWARE Irfanview can't be beat for general viewing and editing.

    ACDSee 3.0 users should check it out.

    Irfanview has just been updated to v3.90 .... www.Irfanview.com

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    haxor41789 would have said The GIMP.

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    i recommend using Photoshop for the editing however it is quite complex for the beginner user

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    Originally posted by chinook_apache@30 April 2004 - 18:18
    i recommend using Photoshop for the editing however it is quite complex for the beginner user
    there are 10000000000000000 of tutorials out there to help him learn

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    PhotoImpact by Ulead.

  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Thanks again Guys/Girls?

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    Originally posted by chinook_apache@30 April 2004 - 18:18
    i recommend using Photoshop for the editing however it is quite complex for the beginner user
    Photoshop is the greatest thing that ever happened to me, i would stick with version 6 or 7, 7 is my faveorite, CS might be too risky. I read in wired magazine that it keeps you from sizing currency, ie. the dollar, euro, yen, ect. And other bugs, stick with the earlier versions. dey ist guten.

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