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Help and advice for beginners If you don't classify yourself as being particularly expert or experienced and you have a question or problem that you need help with in the area of improving images, this is the board to get the assistance you seek.

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An Adobe guy looking for free options...

Out of all the Adobe programs offered, most of my work is done with Photoshop. I got CS3 as a birthday present 2 years ago, but i am saving up to upgrade to CS6. Also, I just got a new laptop so I am super broke!...any Free editing programs would save my life!

Please Recommend some??
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Re: An Adobe guy looking for free options...

I use this program in conjunction with Photoshop Elements. I am not sure if it can be used with CS3.
The answer might be here:
https://plus.google.com/+NikCollecti...ts/AFGsG2Di7EK a free program from Google.

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Re: An Adobe guy looking for free options...

Like Barrie, I sometimes use the NIK collection which Google said that they were no longer going to update. A shame, because the black and white (eFex) was very good. I think they've now been taken over by ON1, who also do free add-on effects and editing options: https://www.on1.com/free/
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Re: An Adobe guy looking for free options...

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Like Barrie, I sometimes use the NIK collection which Google said that they were no longer going to update. A shame, because the black and white (eFex) was very good. I think they've now been taken over by ON1, who also do free add-on effects and editing options: https://www.on1.com/free/
Looks interesting, Caz. Thanks.
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