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^^ x2...

And for making panoramas autostich

Just for batch resizing xview

And for organizing your pics with simple things like getting rid of red eyes and having a FREE 1 gig online space with the easiest upload process ever, there can only be PICASA

So, all that stuff is free, and it saves you money... I used to pay for 200 MB of webspace for my partypix, now I have 5 times that and don't have to worry about updating the shit all the time. Its great if you want a pretty standard solution...
 

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I use Micrografx Picture Publisher 8, which isn't free, but real cheap (and very good). Technically, you could get it for free because it's long been abandonware.
 

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Umm...in other news...

I've been using the Paint Shop Pro 3.0 shareware now for nearly 13 years.
i have paint shop pro 5 on my PC (among others) and i've never been asked to register or buy it. it came installed on a PC 9 years ago, and it's stupidly simple to copy the .exe file from one PC to another without requiring a reinstall :lol:

Picasa is great for touching up photos but i wouldn't use it all the time. CS2 is good when you get used to it :)
 

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Ooh, I've been wondering where you get all those nice frames, francis! :)

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Photoshop is now free. Granted, it's an old version (CS2) but hey, I'm still using the original CS which works just fine. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. I haven't tested the links, but it came recommended from another photography forum, so I hope it's OK. :)

EDIT - it's not actually 'free', they're not just policing the use of the license...
 
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I installed Acrobat Pro 8 and Photoshop Elements 5 on my windows boxes. Installs and launches ok. I've only downloaded the creative suite but haven't gotten around to installing it yet.
 
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