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    HI everyone,

    Could you share with me the photo editing software that normally used in photo editing. I would like to add in nice frame to my photo and signature/word.

    Approciate if you could share with me a good software to begin with..

    TIA

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    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=708306

    get gimp from here , this the same like photoshop

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    i have Gimp. Looks good but i don't know how to use though..
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    Lightroom 3.0, cs5?

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    familiarise urself with the many free software first before jumping to more complicated editing tools......they are not cheap and to begin with.....
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    there are alot good free softwares.. and one of them is photoscape and it very easy to use.

    gimp is good and powerful, but the learning curve is quite steep for beginner..
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    Lightroom/CS5

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    i have used photoscape for quite sometime..
    i now have LR and CS5, but still use it more than the CS5..
    here, take a look..
    photoscape
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    Hi everyone...

    Thanks you for sharing the software you are using.

    I had now installed Photoscape & Element7 and start to learn to use it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bayusuputra View Post
    i have used photoscape for quite sometime..
    i now have LR and CS5, but still use it more than the CS5..
    here, take a look..
    photoscape

    Yea! Photoscape is good, Adobe Photoshop is even better
    if you are good at it. It takes too long to learn. I use Photoscape
    for enhancing and Corel X5 for creating.
    Just played around with Bimp seems to be quite good.


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