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    Anything but Photoshop?
    Hi all,
    I am looking for another good image editor. I am not so keen on Photoshop (and it costs a lot of money). Any suggestions?

    The images I mostly deal with are bmp or jpg and mainly I need good color contrast and saturation, especially in the green channel. Most of the time I need to make judgements between very green, not so green and somewhat green.

    Thanks!

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    Desolate One
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    Gimp is great.

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    Gimp is really good, you can also look at Photoshop Elements 3.0 that retails for $99 (cheaper at some online stores) that I find is really good for photo editing/enhancing.
    Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.

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    Toy viewer may do what you want, the colour contrast tools are reasonable.
    Freeware so worth a try :-) Far more options in that little program than expected.
    http://waltz.cs.scitec.kobe-u.ac.jp/
    Have fun
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    photoshop elements will work, or corel photo paint.

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    dreric1kansas
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    graphiccoverter
    Those are all great but graphiccoverter is more powerful and cheaper and continually upgrades. It is shareware and definitely a best buy for mac users.

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