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Windows 7: photo editing software

15 Sep 2009   #11
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Of the free programs, Gimp is probably the most versatile.

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15 Sep 2009   #12
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

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01 Nov 2010   #13

Windows 7

I use Paint Shop Pro, and have for many years.

question: how do I can my right click menu for a JPG? when I click EDIT, I don't want Paint to come up,
I want Paint Shop Pro to be the default Edit.

answer: I just found this free pgm, and it works
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18 May 2013   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by raj View Post
which photo editing and morphing software is best other than photoshop cs4?
what editing work do you want to do ?

I'm not a professional photo editor, but I do portraits, and I'd love to enhance portraits by using photo face editor to beautify faces and clear blurry photos, and add special photo effect. For me, it's the best considering the function and price.
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26 May 2013   #15
rusty post

W7 HOP 64

I have found this one...Photo editor online - edit image, to be a good price, (free) easy to use-3 different levels, and interesting applications.
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01 Jun 2013   #16

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

The extremely demanding (or very wealthy) may still opt for Photoshop, and there's no doubt it's a great program. But if your finances won't stretch that, though, don't worry, there are some excellent free tools around.PhoXo, PhotoScape and Gimp are the best softwares other then CS4.
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01 Jun 2013   #17

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1

Actually Adobe are up to CS6. Many people seem to find Lightroom 4 with some plugins good especially if you need to manage a decent sized photo database.
It really depends on your needs. I've always used Photoshop elements (currently using PSE 9 although 11 is the latest) because it is good value for money and uses the same CS engine with some facilities inaccessible.
I also use Faststone Image Viewer (4.8 - free) as a viewer because I don't like PSE Organizer. Although I don't use Faststone for editing it's quite good for basic stuff - level adjustments, colour saturation etc.
Gimp is the defacto free CSx but it has a bit of a learning curve.

I think you can pick PSE 11 up for ~$100 or less. What is important is there are many books on how to use it and it has a pretty good RAW plugin. Pick up the book by Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski along with the PSE manual (free PDF) and you are flying.
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