red eye removal or a good free program

  johnnyrocker 21:31 06 Jul 2005
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please, any recommendations (must be simple to use and free) for a friend.

cheers.

johnny

  rubella 22:01 06 Jul 2005

Never used it so I can’t vouch for its effectiveness, but it should be clean and simple.:

click here

  johnnyrocker 22:05 06 Jul 2005

thanks will check it out.


johnny.

  lotvic 22:38 06 Jul 2005

picasa from google it's free and excellent

click here

  johnnyrocker 22:41 06 Jul 2005

cheers will try and see.


johnny

  hssutton 23:17 06 Jul 2005

Along with picasa have a look at photofiltre one of the best freeware editing programs available file:///c:/Program%20Files/PhotoFiltre/PhotoFiltre.htm#H

  hssutton 23:19 06 Jul 2005

Sorry try this for photofiltre click here

  johnnyrocker 23:22 06 Jul 2005

cheers i shall send all greatfully received ideas on.


johnny.

  johnnyrocker 23:22 06 Jul 2005

cheers i shall send all greatfully received ideas on.


johnny.

  Snec 05:53 07 Jul 2005

Your link goes to ---

PhotoFiltre Studio is available as shareware version (25 euros). Not Freeware!

  hssutton 08:48 07 Jul 2005

My link takes you to the photofiltre home page. Note that I said "photofiltre" not "Photofiltre Studio".

Quote from the home page "PhotoFiltre is free for a private, non commercial or educational use (including non-profit organizations).
In this case, registration is not necessary".

However you are quite correct about the "Studio" version.

A number of Plug-ins & filters are becoming available as more and more people get involved with this software. I run this program alongside Photoshop CS2 as IMO it's the best freeware image editor available.

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