What software do you use for photo manip ?

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What software do you use for photo manip ?


Photoshop 7.0
7
39%
Photoshop 6.0
3
17%
Photoshop 5.5 or older
0
No votes
Paint shop pro 8
0
No votes
Paint shop pro 7
3
17%
Paint shop pro 6 or older
1
6%
Corel photo paint
2
11%
GIMP
0
No votes
Other
2
11%
 
Total votes : 18

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What software do you use for photo manip ?

Postby Sp4rK » Mon Sep 22, 2003 2:33 pm

If you use other software or plug-ins please complete your answer by a post.

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Postby tinyspider » Mon Sep 22, 2003 2:42 pm

I used KPT, but now, I created my own actions and patterns for use in manips. additionally, I draw my plates, joints, and most of my original nuts and props in corel draw 9.0 or freehand 9.0 and import into my PSD's
I use some HL models so I can "stole" some robot arms and legs too :lol:
most of my PS7 works limits on the manip of poser skins

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Postby kb7rky » Mon Sep 22, 2003 9:13 pm

I use Adobe Photo Deluxe 2.0...it's easy to use, produces the results I want, and came free with my photo scanner :lol:

I have not yet found a photo editor for less than $100 that does what PD does...
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Postby Baron » Mon Sep 22, 2003 11:39 pm

kb7rky wrote:I use Adobe Photo Deluxe 2.0...it's easy to use, produces the results I want, and came free with my photo scanner :lol:

I have not yet found a photo editor for less than $100 that does what PD does...


Same here! Adobe, plain old MS Paint, and a vivid imagination are all that I use. And there's absolutely no reason why we shouldn't see much more of the "low-tech" efforts from others out there - so what if it doesn't "measure up" against the more artistic efforts? Anyone with 40 megs of RAM, and Windows 95, can join in on the fun - and I'm sure that the anti MicroSoft / Apple users can find the equivalent (or better) within their own basic OS...........

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Postby blkwdo » Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:51 pm

I use Ulead's Photoimpact. It's a TON easier to use than Photshop with a lot of the same functionality.


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