Need to know best photo editor software !

oriole12

Nature Lover
Thank God, Narender also feels the same way I do about Irfan View! I have always thought it to be over rated. It is too basic for those who are serious about photography. I started with Photoshop and even though I tried Lightroom, Photoshop Elements, etc. am sticking to PS, currently PSW5, thinking of migrating to PS 6.
 

Roshni

Member
Hi !
can anyone help me suggesting a photo editor software (offline/online) to do little editing just to improve image quality etc.:confused:
I have heard about Photoshop, picasa/picnic and photoscape etc but I need to have BEST one hence an early suggestion will definitely help me.
Thanks to all !!:)
As per my experience and usage, i would suggest you two of them.Coral Paintshop pro9X and Adobe Photoshop, both are considered as all in one pack. As they have features like face recognition, layer editing, lens profile corrections, content-aware edits and much more.
 

Theloststory

Well-Known Member
Photoshop ha seven used for decades now and ten whole world swears by it. I myself have been using it since 1996 or so. Is the best thing ever. No. Also it’s very very expensive. Especially with the rental model.

Try Affinity Photo. Excellent software, less bloated, does all the work. You will need to learn it. Cost so lay some Rs 4000/- or so. Does everything you will ever want.
 

anoop0

New Member
I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, but they are time consuming
However, I in recent days, mobile software are pretty powerful and very quick to retouch and add effect. Even sometime, I copy pics to mobile to edit them.
1. Snapseed : For all kind of editing, cropping.
2. PicsArt: Mainly for resize. Most of editing I do with Snapseed.
 

Yogesh Sarkar

Administrator
I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, but they are time consuming
However, I in recent days, mobile software are pretty powerful and very quick to retouch and add effect. Even sometime, I copy pics to mobile to edit them.
1. Snapseed : For all kind of editing, cropping.
2. PicsArt: Mainly for resize. Most of editing I do with Snapseed.
You can resize images through Snapseed. You just have to set the resolution you want in export settings and then export the image. Voila, exported image would be of the resolution you want.
 

anoop0

New Member
You can resize images through Snapseed. You just have to set the resolution you want in export settings and then export the image. Voila, exported image would be of the resolution you want.
Thanks. Earlier Snapseed had limited of 2000x2000px export, which is later removed. I thought there is no option now. Now, Snapseed is all-in-one. :cool:
 

adsatinder

explorer
I like easiest job done with Microsoft Office Picture Manager on PC.
It is easiest to learn and fulfills most basic needs.
Small tweaks what I need is just simple adjustment of Brightness/Contrast/ Saturation/Crop/Resolution only.
This can be done in any basic simple software.

Mobile is much handy these days.
Many softwares are there to choose from.
 
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