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    So I was wondering what photo programs does everyone recommend? I have Corel, but I don't know if I'm too happy with it. It does seme to do much. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 123801
    So I was wondering what photo programs does everyone recommend? I have Corel, but I don't know if I'm too happy with it. It does seme to do much. :D
    Well it really depends, I find an absolutely great all in one photo catalogue, editing, preparation application to be adobe elements. Obviously photoshop is even more capable again but it's huge, expensive and time consuming to learn

    picasa is a brilliant little free application as well
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    I am looking for something that is somewhat easy to use, but that will allow me to have fun with the photos. Do you think Adobe Elements does that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 123805
    I am looking for something that is somewhat easy to use, but that will allow me to have fun with the photos. Do you think Adobe Elements does that?
    I really do yes you can download a trial from www.adobe.com
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    oh, I like free trials. :D

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    photoshop 7 is pretty good, you can get a dummies guide to using it but to be honest there are so many free tutorials on the internet- utube has loads that i wouldnt bother. I did find it complicated to start with but i'm getting better at it- trust me if i can do it you can hun!

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    are you using photoshop elements 7 or photoshop proper Brit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 123820
    are you using photoshop elements 7 or photoshop proper Brit?
    that was my question too. :D

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    I have photoshop elements- the *original* version (or the 2nd edition) I think... and I found it more than adequate for the first few years of graphic/web design

    Now I use CS4 but that is *coughed*
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    also like tutorials. :D

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