Top 10 magic photo software i like for Mac

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by amanda110, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. amanda110

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    1. Photoshop
    Professional photo editing software.

    2. iPhoto
    Organize your photos. Crop, retouch, and remove red-eye.

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    3. iCollage for Mac
    A fun photo software. with 200 free templates to make card, calendar, wallpaper, scrapbook, etc.

    4. PhotoStudio
    A simple photo editor with dated effects.

    5. PicasaHelp you organize, edit, and share your photos. It's free, and easy to use.

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    6. ACDSee Photo Editor
    Strike a balance between editing, graphics and projects to showcase your photos.

    7. Print Creations
    AN easy-to-use program with very simple tools and limited capability to customize elements.

    8. Flash wallpaper maker
    A strong tool which let you make and publish your own wallpaper with favorite flash.

    9. MemoryMixer
    Customize practically anything from fonts to shapes to photos to backgrounds and elements.

    10. iMageFit
    Resize photos, batch transition and create wallpaper to fit mobile phones.

    Tell us your favourite top 10 photo software.
     
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    Not sure if this OP is spam, but...iPhoto?!?! There are FAR better programs than iPhoto. I am a diehard Mac user, so I am not bashing Apple, but iPhoto SUCKS! It buries your images knee-deep in directories.

    If you want REAL useability, Lightroom is the way to go. I suppose Bridge would also be a much better app for organizing, however I am totally happy with Lightroom, and only use Photoshop for detailed re-touching. If you shoot correctly the first time, LR is just about all you will need if you do a high volume of shooting.
     
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    I realize the options are limited but I agree that listing the top ten and not listing Lightroom is bizarre.
     
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    ewww iphoto. Light room or aperture is way better!
     
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    i just list some softwares i like, you can list others your loves
    these softwares are all easy for me to use, i think some professinal photo editor is very hard.
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    Photoshop...... by far the best of all time! Its a quick, fast moving program, with a low lag. Aperture can sometimes freeze and crash. I think Picasa is an excellent free program!
     

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