Hi all...i would like to purchase software for use with some of my photography...something that i can get creative with...collages etc. I'd like software that is not too expensive and not extremely difficult to use. I'm trying out something called Microsoft Research Auto Collage...however, i'm sure i am only able to access some of its features since it is for a 30 day trial period only. I created a collage, but the software basically does the work and determines which photos it deems the most interesting...i'd rather have more control over which photos are used and what i consider interesting. The collage was quite nice, but i didn't feel like i was actually the one creating it...Any suggestions for me?
or - for just the functions you list here Photoscape is a free download that does a limited number of tasks like those real quick, intuitively easy and controllable. Hi SOH, how you been doin' while I've been gone ?
Yes - It is Pro enough to set up an entire design studio with if you want to make some bucks!
Forget the one you were looking at... it doesn't come close.
Your storage on their site is secure and you can use it if you are working on projects etc.
You should keep your pics off your main unit anyway... Like Use an External Hard drive for your pics.
I'll come work with you... sooooooo much opportunity out there!
The Templets are the base building blocks that you use to create any works you want... eg: A Photo Frame... or montage layouts etc. A great white shark eating someone - that you put your friend's face into the mouth of... 1000s of them!
If you're just cruising... have a look at Neave.com for web graphics!
...interesting PD...i'm downloading now to try it out....i wasn't really researching for dollar purposes...creativity of some of my photos...you have me thinking now....thinking, thinking, thinking.........
Try downloading the Gimp photo software - its totally free and does much of the things that Photoshop does. I have been using it for years on my pictures with great results. Simple to download and use.
If you're like me 'get things done' type of person then better stick to Photoshop or Painshop Photo Pro. File formats from these two programs are preferred in the market in case if you're going to sale design sources.
I have a couple that have video tutorials (the image quality isn't crystal clear, but it gives you the general idea). The one about how to make an image black and white with color has a video, along with the digital scrapbooking one. Both use the layers tab, and a lot of techniques can be done with the layers window (a collage can be made in a similar way to creating a digital scrapbook page).
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