Photo design

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  1. rmaster

    rmaster Nokia 3510i rocks

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    what is the best program for fotodesign i use paintshoppro 8.0 you can do allot whit this program, but i want to learn more. what program dou you guys use for photo design?
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    gambit3rd New Member

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    I think PAINT SHOP PRO 8 is one of the best "budget" software ever created. He is really complete BUT if you want more you can try ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7 (i think 8 is not out yet). You can download a trial but the full version is very expensive. :-/
  3. rmaster

    rmaster Nokia 3510i rocks

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    i know it's verry expensive but a copy wll work for me :D sow that is'no problem for me.
  4. theARTiSAN

    theARTiSAN Administrator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Photoshop is definately the powerhouse.
    PaintShop Pro is a decent budget application.
    Macromedia Fireworks is a decent budget program too.

    It all depends on what you're using it for, not everyone needs all the power of Photoshop. If you need plugins and toys - go Photoshop.
  5. alcozma

    alcozma 'Cozi from Ozi

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    Yea Adobe Photoshop all the way - my father is a professional photographer and this is by far the best program for the serious and not so serious photographer!!:thumbsup:
  6. alibaba22

    alibaba22 New Member

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    The best photo-editing and retouche application is definitely photoshop, especially the new version so called PHOTOSHOP CS!

    Like the other guys said: Paint shop pro is also good and has almost everything photoshop has but is much cheaper, the bad thing is the workflow, it's really messed up

    by the way....macromedia fireworks isn't a photo-editing application, its for creating interactive webcontent
  7. initialdx

    initialdx New Member

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    I am a graphic designer myself, I tried all those softwares, and I use photoshop the most. It's quite user friendly, and IMO, its capability is far more advanced than paintshop.

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