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    Default Photo editing

    I use picnik or resizr (both are .com sites) to resize my pics for emailing and sharing here in the Village. Both are very user friendly & if I can use it anyone can, lol. What do you use?
    I'd love to see more pics in our Gallery here in the Village, give it a try!



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    I use picnik, too.

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    serif photoplus x2.

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    Irfanview here

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    For simple resizing and minimal editing - I like Picasa. . . . simple to use, free, and can email or upload to websites, directly from the program.

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    I'm lucky I know how to get the pictures on the computer.... let alone resize and edit anything. lol

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    The Gimp is a very powerful image editor and free too.

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    Photoshop Elements here.

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    I use about all that is mentioned here ...

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    I use TinyPic for quick editing. If I need to do in depth stuff I use Adobe Photoshop.

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    I have never heard of any of these! Thanks for posting what you use. I am going to have to give them all I try and decide which one I like best.




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    I have only used Photobucket,haven't had a problem.

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    I use ARCSOFT photostudio 2.0 which had to be downloaded from a CD that came with my camera. My camera is a SONY digital Mavica FD73 over 11 yrs old. It was a bit pricey when I bought it, so I am making sure I get my money out of it
    My camera takes a 3.5" flat disk. Camera has a 10x zoom.

    Irfanview, I have tried but I don't like it.

    This 2 yr old computer has a windows movie maker installed on it. I have not even opened it. Have no desire to.

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    I use Adobe Photoshop, I shoot the majority of my pics in RAW format, so I have to convert them first before resizing, etc.

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    Is figma a good one?

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