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Using Microsoft Photo Editor Effects Menu(5)
Produces an effect similar to embossed paper. You can adjust the Relief (depth of the embossed pattern) and the Light Position (direction that the light is coming from to produce the embossed effect). Drag the square in the preview window and press the Preview button to preview the change you've specified with the Effect controls.
Produces an effect similar to a pen and ink drawing. You can adjust the stroke length, stroke direction and the light/dark balance of the effect. Drag the square in the preview window and press the Preview button to preview the change you've specified with the Effect controls.
Pixel Editor is a program to create and edit images
Pixel Editor is a program to create and edit images for websites or mobile devices. An array of tools to work with pictures and simplicity of use make this product ideal for newbies and graphic design professionals alike.
PhotoImpact is a photo editor
Does anybody use Ulead's PhotoImpact? I've heard good things about it, and have downloaded the trial version. It seems pretty userfriendly and there's a fairly thorough free online beginners workshop with mentoring. The price isn't too bad either.
I'm VERY happy with my PhotoImpact 11! I had tried to use photoshop CS (version 6 I believe) and Corel, but my patience level isn't all there sometimes and found myself losing interest. It was very confusing for me! I guess it all depends on the person, but I find that between that, Gimp, and Picasa, I have all my needs met. That's just me though
Need help selecting picture editing program
I am NEW, NEW, NEW to all of this and could use some help! I don't have a picture editing program and have little experience, but with a new digital camera, I am now in need of one. One thing I really want to be able to do is crop a person from one picture and move them into another, as if they were in the picture when it was taken. I don't know what this is called (could someone tell me professional term for this) but would any of you know if Paint Shop Pro version 8, does this, as someone said they will give this version to me. Otherwise I really need help in what to buy!
Has anyone tried the Paint Shop Pro X? I need something pretty easy to use!
None of the upper end/professional programs are "easy" to use - depending on what your trying to do. Most programs people only use about 50% of what they can do, Photoshop for example - Very powerful program.
Paintshop will do it - how easy, again depends on what skills you have. Photoshop will also do it, as will many programs. If Paintshop is being given to you, install it, then try it, what do you have to lose?
I've used both IrfanView and Gimp and had good results. I currently use photoshop (8) CS and PhotoStudio 5.5 (which came with my camera). Each program has its strength and weaknesses. Most have a steep learning curve. There are bunchs of image freeware out there. Just make sure it isn't bundled with spy/scum/ad/mal ware.
The thing that is often missed is buy an older version Photoshop 4 or 5 should do everyhting you want/need for a while then you can upgrade later for the cheaper price.
there are good softwares and or plugins (for photoshop cs2) photo editor
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Adobe Elements 3.0 or Paint Shop Pro X : photo editor