Recomend me photo editing software….
How about GIMP? It takes a bit of getting used to but it is very powerful and there’s a whole forum of people ready to help.
Most of the the time I just use Microsoft Office Picture Manager to give photos a quick sharpening or a contrast boost, but for something a bit more detailed I use GIMP.Posted 9 years agoRudeBoyMember
Got to say, although GIMP and some of the other free programs are quite good, Adobe Photoshop is still the ultimate photo-editing/manipulation package. Granted, way too many features for a beginner, and incredibly complex, but the best, by a long way.
Which is why I’d recommend P/Shop Elements; a cut-down version, which is still very powerful, and easier to use. Not free, but not too expensive, and worth it, imo.Posted 9 years agotomzoMember
Adobe lightroom is really nice to use for simpler things such as contrast, saturation and things like that. And if you’re shooting in RAW, this program is even better.
Photoshop comes into play when trying to do more advance things with photos, with different layers, using a number of photos in a composition etc.
Elements is good value, and if you’re on a budget, it probably does everything you want it too.Posted 9 years agoChristowkidMember
Because of previous deal, I got into Corel Paintshop Pro.Posted 9 years ago
It’s sort of equivalent to Photoshop Elements, but is what it is, not a cut down version of a more expensive programme. It always used to be said that PSP was about 85% of Adobe Photoshop but at a fraction of the price.
We’ve used that in our house for 3-4 years and it’s always sorted out our pic’s enabling us to tweak them before printing and produce good results.
Recently was wondering about upgrading PSP to it’s latest incarnation or dump it for Photoshop Elements – but never fully decided!
My daughters get on well with out older PSP so might go for the upgrade…..maybe!
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