Question What is the best photo editing program?

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Quite simple question, hopefully a simple answer. I heard of Photoshop, Affinity and GIMP? What are actually good programs paid or free, doesn't matter. :smile:

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I've been using Photoshop for a while now, a little bit of a learning curve in the beginning but once you know it well its a very good photo editor.
 
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Quite simple question, hopefully a simple answer. I heard of Photoshop, Affinity and GIMP? What are actually good programs paid or free, doesn't matter. :grinning:

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I'm personally using Adobe Photoshop. It's quite large and complex but somtimes hard to learn well.

Never tried Affinity but it looks quite well.
 
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id highly recommend photoshop, you can buy it cheap enough from places like ebay, (i got photoshopp 2017 from ebay for £8)
 

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The Thread is old, but I'll still reply :grinning:
I personally use Photoshop and InDesign for Photos :smile:
InDesign is more for filters and rough effects, etc.
Photoshop basically covers all the functions of InDesign tho.
 

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The Thread is old, but I'll still reply :grinning:
I personally use Photoshop and InDesign for Photos :smile:
InDesign is more for filters and rough effects, etc.
Photoshop basically covers all the functions of InDesign tho.
Photo editing with InDesign interesting....:thinking:

I personally only use InDesign to create layouts or orders for posters, cards and flyers.
 

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Photo editing with InDesign interesting....:thinking:

I personally only use InDesign to create layouts or orders for posters, cards and flyers.

Really depends on what you want to do. As I said.. it's really general and only for quick and rough work. Usually I end up in Photoshop tho.
 

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Wouldn't touch GIMP with a 6foot stick. It's too much of a learning curve for me, I just want to do basic edits- not study rocket science for 6 years before I learn to rotate a picture.
 
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