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Photo Editing Software Advice
lonelyahavaOne day, I will be able to say to myself"I am beautiful and I am perfect just the way I am"Registered Userregular
I have recently gotten a new monitor. It is pretty and sexy and oh so attractive. That being said, I can now see things on it that I could not before with my netbook.
I have had long experience over the many years working with PaintShop Pro (I think it was 5 or 6 when i started with it), but sadly I do not have a copy of said program any longer. However, I would like to get some sort of photo editing program to use.
Limitations: My computer at this stage is a netbook. I have a 2Gb processor, and plenty of free hard drive space.
I was considering going for the newest PaintShop Pro, but all of the reviews that I found on it seemed to be highly negative. This has led me to thinking about finally biting the bullet and getting Photoshop.
Now, since I am not a big graphic designer and I only really want the program (at the moment) for color editing and other nifty things, I was looking at the Photoshop Elements program. I am wondering what people's opinions on that are, or should I go about seeing if I can get an older version of PaintShop that I am familiar with (I believe Paint shop pro 9 was the last one that I used).
help me, my darlings, as my inner creative finger is itching to get out. (this will also give me an excuse to get a drawing tablet)