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Create your own mosaic pictures by Mosaic-Pictures
Mosaic-Pictures (Free to Try, $12 to buy - Windows) - Create your own mosaic pictures! A mosaic picture shows a motive, which is assembled from a multiplicity of different smaller pictures. You can freely select the motive and the smaller pictures. Create mosaic pictures, which consist of dozens or hundreds of your image files. 

Adobe Elements 3.0 or Paint Shop Pro X : photo editor
I'm considering purchasing either Adobe Elements 3.0 or Paint Shop Pro X but unsure of which one has the better overall features. 

As a newbie to digital photography any guidance and advice would be most appreciated.
I've used both. In fact I just removed the paintshop X demo from my machine a few days ago. 

Between the two, I'd pick Elements, hands down. (I was a former diehard Paintshop Pro user and bought both 6 and 7 before.) 

I find the interface on Elements easier to use, and the general support for Elements is more broad. 

Most of the discussions here regarding photo editing, are specific to Photoshop as well. (Though more often than not they are talking about Photoshop CS2 - how everyone can afford a $550.00 sofware package is beyond me.) The good thing is that much of what is discussed here can be adapted fairly easily to Elements.

Photo Pos Pro image editor - 1.29 

Photo Pos Pro (Image editing software) allows you easily create, edit, enhance, print, and manipulate your digital photos and computer graphics, and easily create eye-catching graphics. 

The Gimp: Free Photo Editing Software

Despite its politically incorrect name, The Gimp (the GNU Image Manipulation Program) is actually a nimble little file-swapping answer to Adobe's costly Photoshop software program. The Gimp performs such tasks as photo retouching, online batch processing, image rendering, and format conversion. If you take digital photos of your auction items, you can use The Gimp software to edit your photos before uploading them to a hosting service.

The Gimp uses GNUtella, the open source peer-to-peer file-sharing similar to lawsuit-riddled Napster. But in the case of GNUtella, there is no central server, thus it can't be shut down over royalty issues. Gimp creators Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis came up with the idea during their school days at Berkeley. The site continues and thrives with a cadre of faithful followers who regularly contribute to improving the program and launching ancillary sites that add benefits, list bugs, and serve as an online pep rally.

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