I used to have PhotoDeluxe to edit my photos, but since I upgraded to Windows XP, I can't run that program. Adobe has replaced PhotoDeluxe with Photoshop Elements 2.0. I don't want to pay the price they want for that. PhotoDeluxe did all that I need.
Does anyone know of a decent photo editing program, so that I can reduce my photos to less than 320K and 1024 pixels wide?
I downloaded a trial version of Photodraw from www.photodraw.com. I was able to shrink my pics to 1024x768 and upload them. Now my album contains the lastest pictures of my truck. Photodraw looks like a nice program, I may purchase it, but there are cheaper programs available. I am not sure what they will do however.
Originally posted by danlee
...Adobe has replaced PhotoDeluxe with Photoshop Elements 2.0. I don't want to pay the price they want for that...
Yes, Photoshop Elements is a little bit more expensive than some of the other image editors out there. However, I've been using it since Adobe first came out with it. Now I find it to be almost indispensible. PSEII has taken all the good and easy-to-use functions from its bigger brother, Adobe Photoshop, and packaged them very nicely, IMO.
Seeing as you have a little Adobe background already, I see PSEII as a good value for the $85 (maybe better if an upgrade?) or so it would cost you to get it. Just my .02.