Best soft for photo managing and editing?

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  1. Tomcik

    Tomcik TPF Noob!

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    your suggestion?

     
  2. Tomcik

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    are u talking free software or are u buying it ?
    free: i would use the gimp
    paying: photoshop ,bibblepro,paint shop pro theres a lot to choose from
    peace
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  4. Tomcik

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    better - free :)
     
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    I would recommed the gimp. It's free and works well. You may need to find some online tutorials in the beginning, but it's a great software.
     
  6. Tomcik

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    gimp is good, but Picasa is better for me
     
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    Picasa is more of an organizational program while gimp is a photo-editing program.
     
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    Photoshop, you definately get your money's worth.
     
  9. Tomcik

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    My choice is Picasa and Gimp...
     
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    Photoshop CS2 because you can do sooooo much more with it then just edit images...
     
  11. Tomcik

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    and more???
     
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    ksmattfish Now 100% DC - not as cool as I once was, but still

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    Adobe Photoshop has been the dominant, professional standard for years, and in all likelyhood, will continue to be so in the future. It rocks. Adobe Elements is a less expensive, home user version.
     

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