Its my step mother that is going to use it and shes really not a computer person, so the key word is easey to use. If she was going to spend money on a editing software what whould be a good choice? remmeber easy to use.
vikke-viking;3520698Its my step mother that is going to use it and shes really not a computer person, so the key word is easey to use. If she was going to spend money on a editing software what whould be a good choice? remmeber easy to use.
Ease of use != decent results.
That being said, the only program that springs to mind that balances professional quality with a relatively low learning curve is Adobe PhotoShop. Even if she doesn't get the hang of it immediately, there are plenty of online resources and tutorials to sustain the average PS newbie.
Whilst I'm at it, this thread would probably be better suited in the Graphics Department. Moved.
Actually, Google's Picasa has some decent (albeit basic) photo editing tools.
It has enough power to touch up your images, but you can't doing anything too crazy with it.
46 and 2, are just ahead of me
23rd September 2004
Do you want photo-editing software, or photo-altering software?
The difference is this: Photo-editing software is IrFanView, GooglePicasa, Paint.NET, MS Paint, etc. | Photo-altering software is Adobe Photoshop, TheGimp, and PaintShopPro (to name a few for each).
For Photo-editing, I'd recommend IrFanView: http://www.irfanview.com/
I found this neat, free little program that is great for cropping, resizing, changing file associactions, etc called Irfanview. Google it to find it. It's a great little program!