Hi, Colleen. I use several programs. For photo editing and the black/white & color photos I use Microsoft Digital Image Suite. For scrapbook pages I use Scrapbook Factory Deluxe. I also use Photo Explosion for framing photos and adding embellishments.
I just bought two new programs today that I can't wait to try out. One is called Digital Scrapbooking by Greenstreet and the other is a photo editor and special effects creator called Photo Play 2.
Hi Shar! Wow, you certainly have a lot of programs for your creations. :)
I use Paint Shop Pro 8.0 for all the major projects, as I can work with layers and have many different tools on hand. For simple cropping/enhancements, I have found a free program called Photoscape. IfranView is also a good free program to do general editing.
I am always looking for a new program that will do something that my other ones don't do.
The photo play 2 that I bought yesterday has a feature that allows me to age a photo to look like it was taken all the way back to the 1880's (even has the creases like someone folded it). Very cool stuff.
Shar, you might want to check out PhotoScape - it's free and is a good little program. :) You never know, you might find something you are looking for in the program. I do know it is a cinch to make animated gifs with it!
Hi Sharon.. As a digital artist Iuse a variety of programs for my art.. Poser, Vue, Bryce, Photoshop, Paintshop Pro, Fractal makers, and basically anything I can get my hands on..
Most of the work I do is not doctored photos although Ihave done some and also have done some photo manipulations... I do lots of things from portraits of people to animals to just fun stuff.. Hope I belong here :D
Absolutely! You definitely belong here! :) I haven't heard of some of those programs - are they free or are some pf them software that you picked up at the store?
Some of the programs are free, you can get online, but most are very expensive.. some programs have trial versions also, and others have like versions for free..
Poser is a 3D creator program.. its very expensive and I was lucky to get it from a good friend.. There is a version of it thats free and very similar to it although I find it a bit harder to work with called Daz Studio found at www.daz3d.com
Photoshop has free version, I use PScs2... Paintshop pro has trial versions.. Terragen is a free landscape maker, just google it... B ryce is a landscape and 3d object program also found at daz3d.. fractal programs are very easy to find and free for the most part online, check out Fractal Explorer... Vue is not really expensive, google online the name..
Sorry took so long to get back to you on this, have been very busy in RL :)
Hello, Colleen - I have been wanting to join your group for sometime now, but just got around to it. I've been out of circulation for sometime, as I had to come out of retirement to help a friend whose business was going under. But I'm back! As far as
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