Love your top photo but for some reason can't see the bottom pic :( anyway I use PicMonkey right now for photo editing because it's easy, intuitive and free. About 5 years ago I took a 6 week class on Photoshop and bought the software for myself but it never came easily to me, I was just flummoxed by the layers thing. I've been thinking of trying again but I'm still budget minded and I would need to take a class again as I'm sure the whole thing has changed again.
I have heard good things about PicMonkey. I will investigate further. Thanks.
I haven't worked in photoshop but have heard it is wonderful! Your pieces are just so pretty here friend! Every single one of them has something that draws me in! A wonderful week to you!!!! Nicole
Thank you for your feedback - I appreciate it.
Since I had to get new computer I actually use Microsoft picture manager as I really only need to lighten and use a tiny bit of contrast. I did have a very simple little program I used with great success when I had my old computer but it no longer works on this one sadly and can't be upgraded.Jackie.
Thanks - you make a valid point - I want to do collages but not much more.
I just use Picasa. It's great for what I do.
I like it as well but I cannot seem to figure out how to do collages. Thanks for you comment.
I am cheap and don't require a lot of features, so Pic Monkey suits me right now. Years ago when I worked at the Staples Copy Centre, we had a great editing program, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was called (only that it was NOT Photoshop). Sorry :(
Thanks for your feedback - I am going to look into PicMonkey.