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Photo editing software

by Kawgirl64 / November 19, 2011 6:16 AM PST

I am currently using Image Data Lightbox SR that came with my Sony DSLR, Canon MP190 that came with my printer, and Ulead Photo Express. They are all pretty good, but I need to be able to do editing such as removing power lines from photos and I need to be able to put a water mark on some of my photos. Can someone suggest a good editing program that's not too expensive?

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A couple
by talks_44 / December 29, 2011 3:38 AM PST
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It's not cheap by any means but there is of course PhotoShop (which I love) but there is also free programs such as GIMP and Aviary.

They're not "Photo editing" software, but they're great programs that can do good photo editing when you learn their abilities

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Cloud "Photoshop"
by Start2Cloud / July 11, 2012 11:58 PM PDT
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Try Pixlr.com, it is cloud service, so you are able to run it in any browser

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Photo editing software
by geldstro / January 6, 2012 12:32 PM PST
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Without going to the expense of buying Adobe Photoshop, I would highly recommend either Adobe Lightroom or Adobe Elements. My personal preference is Lightroom and it will do all the tasks that you mention at a reasonable price.

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