Tool for photo shoot editing?

Discussion in 'Graphics Discussion and Help' started by aesthetiqclinic, Mar 16, 2018.

  1. aesthetiqclinic

    aesthetiqclinic Aspirant

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    Which tool is used in making albums by a photographer for picture background changing and enhancement?
     
  2. Pete

    Pete Flavours of Forums Forever

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    Usually Photoshop.
     
  3. aesthetiqclinic

    aesthetiqclinic Aspirant

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    Any other tool. I am not usable with this tools
     
  4. doubt

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  5. Pete

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    A lot of marketing agencies expect to get things in Photoshop format and few other tools do that correctly. It might be better to spend the time learning PS, especially if you're looking at other tools since you'd still have to learn them anyway.
     
  6. Daniel

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    Photoshop is the tool to go:)

    Free alternative: GIMP

    As photographer, I really can't live anymore without Adobe CC
     
  7. TechOps

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    If you want to interact with other professionals in the field the tools of the trade are Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for photography editing (in the field and back at the studio).
     
  8. PoetJC

    PoetJC ⚧ Jacquii: Black Kween of TSSN ⚧

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    I generally prefer working in PhotoImpact by Ulead.
    It's an "old" software - but quite effective for all sorts of graphic projects. Most of the design I create are made in it.
    I've always found PhotoShop by Adobe to be so ... Well.. The learning curve is quite high. So good luck if you decide to go with it :sleep:

    J.
     
  9. aesthetiqclinic

    aesthetiqclinic Aspirant

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    thank you
     
  10. zoomer_

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    Like someone already suggested above Photoshop is a very good option, however if you are searching for something more affordable you might want to check out Photoscape, Pixlr Editor and Express or GIMP. Here is a description of the softwares and the reasons why they might or might not be useful for you . I personally suggest GIMP because it is the closest one to Photoshop and you can get a hang of it if you look into the tutorials, plus, I really like its features and you can work on several things at the same time, which is a must for me! ;)
     
  11. stijl

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    Have you tried SnapSeed? Offers some decent tools within the package and is fast to use/deploy. It’s not Photoshop, I’m thinking quick reliable and worth your effort.
     
  12. WildNeonSins

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  13. Joel R

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    Paint.net is like the free version of Photoshop. It's a desktop software program

    There are tons of free image editors that are web based now though.
     
  14. southernlady

    southernlady Coder/Designer

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    While Photoshop may be the go to, I still prefer Paint Shop Pro. And it has the advantage of being able to save as a photoshop image so that those using Photoshop only can still use it.
     
  15. martin smith

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    Photoshop is best for photo editing
     
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