Recommend photo editing software for pc illiterate

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by sam, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. sam

    sam Guest


    I bought my wife the Canon A80 for X-Mas to replace our aging Fuji 1.3
    megapixel camera. We have a handful of photo editing programs that are 3 to
    4 years old and she's never been really happy with them. They either don't
    have enough editing features or are hard to use. Can you recommend one or
    two that includes a ton of features or at least does a great job editing and
    easy to use for a newbie while not costing a fortune.

    sam, Nov 30, 2003
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    Ray Murphy Guest

    RM: Yes, get Photoshop if you can. It's the real thing and is also
    easier to use and get expert assistance with.
    Version 4 would be fine, but I wouldn't go back any earlier.

    Ray Murphy, Nov 30, 2003
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    someone Guest

    photodeluxe is easy to use but doesn't have much functions. I think
    elements is the best compromise as there are some auto functions inside,
    yet allow you to do things manually.
    someone, Dec 1, 2003
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    Mark B. Guest

    Photoshop would not be a good choice at all for someone who is 'pc
    illiterate'. Heck, it intimidates people who ARE good on a pc. Elements or
    Paint Shop Pro might be a better choice.

    Mark B., Dec 1, 2003
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