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Poll: What paint program do you use for your computer?

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  1. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    I use paint shop pro x4 because of the clone brush.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Paint.net and Photoshop 7.
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    On my main design PC's, I use Photoshop (v7, CS2, CS3), but on all others and one's of the users I manage (because I don't want to have to pay for MANY licenses) I use Paint.net.

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    Windows Paint for quick work and Photoshop CS2 for major work.
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    I use Paint Shop Pro version 6.
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    Baldrick wrote:
    Paint.net and Photoshop 7.
    That's exactly what I use...........

    Paint.NET because it's free and feature rich when you add the powerful free plugins for it. Photoshop7 because that's the best version in my opinion, powerful yet not over-bloated with useless features.
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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    Hmm... Photoshop Elements, plus The GIMP, for me. Or possibly PhotoFinish 4, if I'm (very rarely) on one of my old Win9X systems.
    If cameras add ten pounds, why would people want to eat them?
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    Paint Shop Pro 8. I have been using it for about 9 years now. How time flies...
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  9. Photoshop on a daily basis.
    Also, this isn't really a paint program, though it has some minor abilities, I use Irfanview almost daily as well for quick scanning, spec or two retouching or color balancing and resizing. I find it to be equally as invaluable.

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    The GIMP.
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    For mere browsing: IrfanView

    For quick-n-dirty edits: MS Paint =^.^=

    For serious jobs: Paint Shop Pro 7.04 ++ a handful of Photoshop plugins
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  12. I use Ulead PhotoImpact 6.0. It's over 10 years old!
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  13. Irfanview handles most of what I need to do with images. I use Paint on occasion. I've downloaded GIMP but can't say I've ever used it. I've loaded it up a few times to try to figure out how to use it but nothing about it seems intuitive to me, so I put it off for when I have more time to play with it. Which never seems to happen...
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  14. Actually, I only just moved from using MS Paint to the little known (probably for a reason) Grafx2 and have been loving it.
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  15. I cannot/would not give up Photoshop for anything. Nothing comes remotely close.
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    I use Windows Paint here mostly and Photoshop for photos or frame video work.
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    The Gimp ... for all my alpha channel needs and photo recoloring service
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    Primarily use Paint.Net but artweaver is nice as an 'external editor' with irfanview for my portable app needs
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    for quicknes i use microsoft picture it pro.. realy easy to use but i use photoshop too
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    PhotoFiltre
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    IrfanView
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    PhotoFiltre
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  22. Long time Paint Shop Pro user
    It's not important the problem be solved, only that the blame for the mistake is assigned correctly
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  23. GIMP - the best image editor for tux users, as good as or better than any pro s/w in win OS.
    it has windows version too. Those who just wanna learn something new than Adobe PhotoShop, should give GIMP-WIN a try!
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    Originally Posted by Bonie81 View Post
    GIMP - the best image editor for tux users, as good as or better than any pro s/w in win OS.
    it has windows version too. Those who just wanna learn something new than Adobe PhotoShop, should give GIMP-WIN a try!
    I tried the Windows version of the GIMP a few years ago. It was equivalent to Paint Shop Pro 8. I don't think it provides the same range of features as the full version of Photoshop.
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    u have used both so you know better than me coz i never used PhotoShop.
    my all requirements are met with GiMP plus few simple GiMP filters I have compiled for other program as well and I am happy with results.
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  26. GIMP, here. It's the best freeware editor I've found to date (although I do sometimes use Irfanview for lightweight editing.
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    Originally Posted by budz View Post
    I use Paint Shop Pro version 6.

    I do too ... and to get the RED EYE out ... I use PSP 7 or 8
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