What is the best digital photo editing software packege for PC’s that’s under 100 dollars retail?

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Leanna N says:


I am starting to clean up a lot of family pictures and I’m scanning them and storing them for editing and electronic scrpbooking.

Tags: Digital Editing, Digital Photo Editing, Digital Photo Editing Software, Photo Software, Scrpbooking, Software Packege

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4 Responses to “What is the best digital photo editing software packege for PC’s that’s under 100 dollars retail?”

  1. londonnoiseus
    July 7th, 2009

    For me, it would have to be Corel’s Paint Shop Pro. It’s very close to Photoshop in terms of functionality.
    I think Corel mucked it up a bit when they bought it from Jasc Software, so if you can get an earlier version, pre Corel, you should try.

  2. Henry Ate My Eggo
    July 7th, 2009

    Gimp. It’s free.

    NeatImage, to get rid of noise. Also free.

  3. David M
    July 7th, 2009

    Photoshop Elements is just under $100.00 and can do most anything you want it to.

  4. hurleypix
    July 7th, 2009

    Hi, good question…

    I think some of the posters were correct with Photoshop elements and possibly Gimp. By the way, you ‘should’ be able to get a good price on Photoshop on eBay, if you look around. I think, because you’re working on family photographs, that it’s essential you use a good tool and get it right the first time.

    By the way, electronic scrapbooking is a great idea.

    Here’s another photo editing software that’s under $50. However I must admit I’ve never used it, so maybe ask around a little before you jump into it:

    Hope that helps… any other questions let me know. :)