Photographic Download/Print Programme Required.

  spuds 13:15 19 Apr 2003

Can anyone recommend a good easy to operate and reliable photographic programme.I am not looking for the high professional type thing, just something that I can control with little effort.

I have three different programmes installed on my computer. These came with cameras and devices etc. But I am having terrible trouble with the programmes conflicting with each other, so I want to un-install these existing programmes, and use one only, which will do the job for the camera's and FlashReader plus webcam.

The programmes that I have at present: Serif PhotoPlus 7-- VCW Vickmans Photo Editor--Kodak.

I am running WME.

  MAJ 13:18 19 Apr 2003

If you mean a photo manipulation program, spuds, try Irfanview click here it's very good and has the advantage of being free.

  spuds 13:25 19 Apr 2003

Thanks for the quick response and link Maj. Looks very interesting.Will look more fully into this.

  anchor 16:53 19 Apr 2003

Without doubt Irfanview is a good programme, and its free. However it has its limitations.

I do a lot of photo work, and for me Paint Shop Pro is tops. its not free, but worth a try.

click here

  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:14 19 Apr 2003

The Gimp is an excellent programme and is available on many freebie cover disks. click here for the homepage and click here to download it.


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