I need a digital photo editing software like photoshop, HELP?

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PrettyWifey says:

I have a professional digital SLR camera and I need a program to edit pictures.

I want to be able to change them to black and white, remove wrinkles, change colors (Example: A black and white photo that has colored roses in it.), etc.

I want something user friendly and affordable. Any recommendations?

Tags: Black And White, Black And White Photo, Change Colors, Colored Roses, Digital Camera, Wrinkles

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6 Responses to “I need a digital photo editing software like photoshop, HELP?”

  1. John
    July 8th, 2009

    Google’s Picassa is very good for simple things. If you need more then that, try GIMP (www.gimp.org)

    They’re both free and both very good packages, but different. Picassa is very easy to use, GIMP will do anything you can imagine.

  2. amateurphotographers
    July 8th, 2009

    Try adobe photoshop elements, it just like photoshop, produced by adobe but cost a fraction of what Photoshop CS2 cost. It comes with all the photo editing features you will need.

  3. Emma
    July 8th, 2009

    Try Photo Impact 8. It is pretty good. You can change the colors of pictures, remove red eye, it has an eye dropper, and pretty much everything that top of the line photo editors have. It is affordable compared to others which cost about $100. This is verry user friendly when it comes to digital cameras. You can do hundreds of things with this program. I use it all the time.

  4. bo_fra
    July 8th, 2009

    start with gimp for now,
    GIMP – Windows installers
    then try corel paintshop pro,
    then try photoshop(s)
    also Portrait Professional – Enhancer for faces,

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    Free Online Photo Editor

  5. '
    July 8th, 2009

    the best, “FREE” photo editing software i use is

    serif photo plus 6.0 and the gimp 2 as of current

    compared to adobe they are pretty no very featuristic for something that’s free vs paying $300 and up

  6. cabcool
    July 8th, 2009

    Nero StartSmart has an interesting photo editing feature, including a few extreme manipulation options (more for creative photo editing). There’s a free version.

    I also use CAMEDIA Master (the software that came with my Olympus Digital Camera), which is available independently.