kristina_angelo — 2014-03-15T05:09:22-04:00 — #1
hello everyone.Please you can tell me which software is best for editing a picture?Adobe photoshop or anyother?
rubble — 2014-03-15T05:16:18-04:00 — #2
The first question is can you justify spending around £600 to edit one picture?
I would use something free as there are a lot of free programs around that will do 90% of what Photoshop can do. I can not recommend a program as you do not say what exactly you want t do to the photo.
kristina_angelo — 2014-03-15T05:49:41-04:00 — #3
your demand is too expensive for me.please giving me a favour by telling cheap picture editing software or some other.
rubble — 2014-03-15T05:52:32-04:00 — #4
I would use Gimp or paint.net and you can search the web for lots of other options.
vectorialpx — 2014-03-16T09:05:09-04:00 — #5
To modify "a picture" you can get a trial Photoshop.
To modify "your pictures" you may buy Photoshop OR get a free software.
As Rubble said, it is true that Gimp has lots of options, like Ps.
I do not agree it is "90%" but, it is very advanced and if you get to it's limits, in time, you may afford buying Ps.
A nice and free tool is Pixlr
A basic tool
Also, from Rubble
radeb — 2014-04-29T03:11:58-04:00 — #6
You can find plugin that changing Gimp appearance to similar as Photoshop.
bkp24 — 2014-05-01T10:37:21-04:00 — #7
Photoshop is the best photo editing program.
Adobe has the Creative Cloud, which is a very cost effective way of getting Photoshop.
maximiliang — 2014-05-06T02:07:16-04:00 — #8
It depends what you will be doing with your pictures? is it just simple cropping and colour correction then usually when you buy a professional camera you get a free software with it. If you didn't then I would recommend something that is free. You can find list of free photo editing software's by searching Google.
I use adobe products but for example 10% of my time spend with Photoshop I edit photos, other 90% I do with logos, banners and so on.
technobear — 2014-05-06T04:15:39-04:00 — #9
As it's been nearly two months since the OP visited this thread, there seems little point in reviving it now.
Thanks to those who contributed. Thread closed.