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Best photo editing program?

Posted by lejardin_oregon (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 24, 07 at 19:35

I need some outside imput PLEASE. I am an artist on ebay, and my photos are very important to selling my items. I currently am using "Microsoft Picture it" to edit my images.(it came with my 4 yr old computer). I am shopping for a EASY program, but would like a few more options, not just a beginner program. I have been looking at ArcSoft Photo Studio. Not sure if this is what I want. I need to make sure that I can save the images to my window picture file, so they can be uploaded to my web host.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!


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RE: Best photo editing program?

I find Paint Shop Pro to do the most and be the best.

RE: Best photo editing program?

Hi Debbi,
This is a good free one - and has great plugins to go with it

I also love Paint shop Pro, but it is not free - it has a rather steep learning curve but you can get great results with it.....

Here is a link that might be useful: Irfanview

RE: Best photo editing program?

Photoshop CS3 Extended is the absolute best photo editing program available, hands down. It costs $1000 and is aimed at graphic arts and video professionals.

There is a light version called Photoshop Elements. It will run you about $100 and includes all you need to edit your photo's for Ebay.

Here is a link that might be useful: Photoshop Product Family

RE: Best photo editing program?

I'm an old Photoshop user, by far the best!
Followed by Paint Shop Pro... mucho less bucks.
On the old laptop the free version of the PhotoFiltre proram sure is a nice freeware.
Sort of a scalled down verson of good stuff!

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