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Old 07-25-2006, 10:13 AM   #1
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Hi again

So I am looking for an easy to use photo editting program so that we can make our wedding photo'* all pretty. Toasty suggested I ask all of you so here I am.

Let me know if you know of anything.

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heres one, its free and easy to use... doesn;t do alot but iv used it befor..

http://picasa.google.com/

and for resizeing alot of pics or just one i like this one, its only a 400Kb program
http://www.mihov.com/sw/en/ir.php
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i was looking for something simple, with just pretty basic tools.....
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Hehe...Paint? thats pretty basic...and does the job most the time
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Hehe...Paint? thats pretty basic...and does the job most the time
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Another great, free program available from www.download.com is FastStone Image Viewer. I've been using it for about 9 months, and it does great photo cropping and effects. It'* not Photoshop, but I love it.
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i was looking for something simple, with just pretty basic tools.....
First, welcome aboard Kelly and congrats!!!!

As for the question at hand, Rob is right, Photoshop is the best but a bit overkill. They do make a lite version called Photoshop Elements. I've used it and I'd recommend it.

Ben'* also right about using download.com. Most programs big and small are available in a demo format to play with and see what you like.

Good luck!
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i was looking for something simple, with just pretty basic tools.....
First, welcome aboard Kelly and congrats!!!!

As for the question at hand, Rob is right, Photoshop is the best but a bit overkill. They do make a lite version called Photoshop Elements. I've used it and I'd recommend it.

Ben'* also right about using download.com. Most programs big and small are available in a demo format to play with and see what you like.

Good luck!
I am pretty darn sure Mr. Oats has photoshop already
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