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Photo Express photo editor has everything you need

Photo Express 3.0 has everything you need for photo fun--photo projects, Internet-savvy features, creative effects, photo correction, photo albums, and more--in a single easy-to-use package:

A wide variety of import options makes the world your photo gallery.

Set up your own digital darkroom with convenient editing and retouching tools.

Add style to photos with an assortment of professional-looking special effects.

Create eye-catching text effects.

Hundreds of fun and easy project templates.

Cards, invitations, scrapbook pages, photo frames, fantasy movie posters, and other projects.

Create unique calendars complete with text and graphic reminders for special dates.

Share your photos on the Web.


I have Photoshop 6 photo editor and was wondering most people learned how to get the most out of it. I understand some basic features of it but feel like I am in over my head most of the time. Should I just find a book and read it through or wait and and find somewhere that has classes? Thanks.


Reading a book never, ever hurts. However, I feel that photoshop is one of those things you can learn by just playing with it. Thats what I did... open some photos, and just try everything. Granted, this may not be the most time-effective, but its kinda fun discovering things, plus it's cheaper :) I wouldn't take a class unless it was free. The people teaching those kinds of classes are rarely qualified.

i-Fun Viewer - 8.0

i-Fun Viewer is fast, image viewer with support for all common image formats. It has an streamlined interface and is simple to use. It supports thumbnail browsing, image editing and slideshows


When i look at my pictures on my Mac with photoshop photo editor or any other imaging software the pics look great but when i have them printed the look awful. Colours look washed out and dull, skin tones often look grey and some pictures look too soft.

How do i get it right?

I think it has a lot to do with photoshop as i am applying Levels and colour adjustments to the photos. Should this only be done for computer viewing? Am i just making them look better on screen but ruining the print quality?

how do i get my display to show what my prints will look like?

Help me before i watse even my cash at the lab.


Use Adobe Gamma tools to properly callibrate your monitor. It comes with PS.

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