Photo editing software recommendations

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24 Apr 15 05:41:46 am
In reference to: general/need-advice-on-putting-professional-photos-on-ebay-t11.html

Mark, you made a statement about having a great photo editing software to create quality pictures. Are there any free editing softwares that SaleHOO can recommend, or where can I get discounted software?

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26 Apr 15 07:39:02 pm
There are a few, of course they will have their limitations being free, but may well do the job you need. I just did a quick Google because I don't have anything specific to recommend

Just Google "free graphic program download" quite a few options there you can try out.

I personally use Corel myself and while it's not free, you can get a free trail version for a very limited time if you wanted to at least try it out.


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14 Mar 16 02:11:15 am

Here's my two top picks for Photo Editing software. These tools can be alternative to Photoshop. They are both powerful and can deliver the same results.

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PIXLR - one of my favorite. It is an online and offline editing tool that works in your browser. What makes it so unique is that it offers a lot of the same features as Photoshop. The best part is, It;s FREE.

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Many recommend GIMP for all photo editing needs, especially if you need things like layer support, magic wand style tools and a huge library of plugins. Unfortunately, because GIMP comes with a ton of features, it's often complicated to use and requires a bit of a learning curve (but then again, so does Photoshop).


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