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March Wind

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Adobe and Paint Shop Pro. I was thinking they were the same. I have Paint shop Pro 5 also PhotoSuite 4 and 7. I have never used the Paint Shop Pro. I am thinking of buying Adobe Aliments 4 as I have been told this is a good and easy program to understand. Do you think I would be wasting my money as I already have the other programmes.

I was told that Adobe 4 works wonders with red eye. I thought red eye was when the eye's pupal was white, now I am told no the eye is red.

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john bunyan

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The latest version of Adobe Elements is version 9, not 4. I use an expensive Photoshop CS5 as I got it very cheap years ago and have updated it regularly. I think that PS Elements9 , at about £60 is an excellent programme that will do all you need - if I were starting again I would use it as CS5 is more of a professional tool., but it takes a bit of learning and it is worth buying a manual to learn all about it.I am sure others will comment on the other photo editing software. Most of these have red eye removal as a standard feature.

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