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Jestertheclown 12 8.5k 253 England
13 Aug 2011 11:21PM
It's not bad at all Rick.

I use it on occasions if I want to do something quickly or if I'm using someone else's machine and can't access CS5.

I've never used Elements but I used to use Serif PhotoPlus which a friend tells me, is roughly equivalent to it and I'd say that Pixlr is at least approaching that kind of level.

Jester.
MrGoatsmilk 13 1.5k England
13 Aug 2011 11:29PM
I've just bookmarked that Jester, thanks for that one
User_Removed 17 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 12:10AM

Quote:Pixlr, free and very powerful, web based so you dont fill up your h/d.


Had forgotten about Pixlr, nice one Ian, thanks
mikehit 11 8.0k 13 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 4:07PM

Quote:Look on Amazon for Elements 6,7,8, see how cheap they are.

might be cheap, but they dont have layer support. Smile



They may not have layer support but there is a two-stage workaround that is just as good for most editing operations. If you can find something that does have layer support then go for it.

I believe GIMP (which is free) have layers
BigRick 15 2.1k 3 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2011 4:51PM

Quote:Look on Amazon for Elements 6,7,8, see how cheap they are.

might be cheap, but they dont have layer support. Smile

They may not have layer support but there is a two-stage workaround that is just as good for most editing operations. If you can find something that does have layer support then go for it.

I believe GIMP (which is free) have layers



elements 9 has it. Smile

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