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[filmscanners] Re: Editing application

In my opinion, having left out the 'curves' tool, Adobe has crippled
Photoshop Elements to the point that I would not recommend it to any
photographer. Of course, most of the other lower cost programs also don't
have it. However, that is a tool we all need. Does Paint Shop Pro do curves?

At 02:15 AM 12/31/2001 +1100, you wrote:
>Consider Photoshop Elements.  PSEL is targeted to photographers, and has
>most of the features we would use regularly, at a fraction of the cost
>of Photoshop Pro (PSP).
>PSP is really targeted to the high end - graphic artists, art directors,
>Best regards
>Alex Zabrovsky wrote:
> >
> > What would you recommend as the most comprehensive image editing
> application
> > (software) considering resource/performance ?
> >
> > I'm trying to evaluate what image evaluation/editing software would provide
> > me with best, yet simple managing taking the least amount of system
> > resources possible.
> > Photoshop is probably the most famous, however I suspect it is quite heavy
> > in use (considering my beginning level) and might be quite resource-hungry
> > by itself (memory).
> > What about Paint Shop Pro ? I was advised to try it out instead of
> > Photoshop...
> >
> > Regards,
> > Alex Z
> >
>Des Paroz
>Sydney, Australia
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