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    Who uses Photoscape?

    I have been reading a lot about it as a free, usable tool to stand as a (very) simplyfied Photoshop.
    Anybody using it? Is it worth learning how to use?
    Tks again,
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    Re: Who uses Photoscape?

    Sorry Eduardo, I have never seen this package.

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    Re: Who uses Photoscape?

    http://www.photoscape.org/ps/main/index.php

    Looks pretty easy to learn, but limited...Elements would be better

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    Re: Who uses Photoscape?

    sorry to apear lazy! but is Elements free too?

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    Re: Who uses Photoscape?

    Eduardo, I have spent a short time with that package. It is quite limited and fine if you are just making snaps more pleasing. However if you want a more serious and indepth program that is more on the Photoshop level of abilities and options.....I would take a look at Gimp. While it does have a learning curve it is a free source program and is quite powerful. Besides there are many here that can help with the learning curve part.

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    Re: Who uses Photoscape?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeperman View Post
    Eduardo, I have spent a short time with that package. It is quite limited and fine if you are just making snaps more pleasing. However if you want a more serious and indepth program that is more on the Photoshop level of abilities and options.....I would take a look at Gimp. While it does have a learning curve it is a free source program and is quite powerful. Besides there are many here that can help with the learning curve part.
    tks paul, i'll lookfor it right away.
    eduardo

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