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Aug 22, 2021 14:48:59   #
JerryOSF Loc: Bristol, VA
A link to ratings of various sw editing program options.

Aug 22, 2021 15:41:07   #
Martys Loc: Lubec, Maine
Take a look at Adobe Photoshop Express,'s free and if you do not need all the bells and whistles,...maybe it can work for you.

Adobe Photoshop Express features................
Basics: Crop, straighten, rotate and flip your photos, and remove red eye.
your photos. Remove red eye.
Auto-fix: One-touch adjustments for brightness, exposure and shadows.
Color: Slider controls for exposure, contrast, clarity, vibrance and more.
One-touch filters: Choose from more than 15 eye-catching effects!!
Get creative by adding the Looks Pack and Noise Reduction Pack.*
Available for free when you sign in with an Adobe ID. The Adobe Looks Pack gives your photos fun, fresh looks with even more one-touch filters.
The Adobe Noise Reduction Pack minimizes unwanted grain and speckling in your photos.
RAW image support: Now you can edit RAW images.
Borders: Enhance your images with new, creative borders.
Stunning Looks filters: Now you can control the intensity of looks and create varied effects to be more creative.
New corrections: We have added Blacks, Whites, Sharpen, Saturation, and Dehaze to help you make your images more beautiful.
Pet-eye (green-eye) correction: Now you can fix the pet eye problem in your image with a single tap.

Aug 22, 2021 16:02:39   #
tramsey Loc: Texas
I use GIMP a twin of PS only it free.

Aug 22, 2021 16:34:54   #
Curmudgeon Loc: SE Arizona
I have to agree with the review. I have been using Photoshop for most of those 30 years. For heavy duty photo processing nothing is its twin.

Aug 31, 2021 16:50:34   #
DirtFarmer Loc: Way too close to New York City
tramsey wrote:
I use GIMP a twin of PS only it free.

I used to use GIMP. Switched to PS because PS did more that I needed. However, GIMP is still pretty good and is a good free way to learn about layers and masks. The UI is very different from PS, so there is a learning curve if you want to switch.

I would expect that GIMP has increased its capabilities in the decade since I switched to PS, but then so has PS.

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