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Complete beginner here. What alternatives are available for Photoshop when using Mac?
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I'm not a professional photographer, just an occasional amateur... but I use Pixelmator which is available from the Mac App Store for $14.99. It's a real bargain and works great.
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Thanks for the replies. I do know that PS is available for Mac, however I didn't know that it was originally a Mac program.
I only need the basic functions, and the reason I am looking for an alternative to PS is because I wanted to try and find a lower cost alternative. I think I will give Pixelmator a try.
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Thought I had posted this already but here goes. You might want to check out Graphic Converter. It has a demo available and I think that is fully functional. I've used it quite a bit over the years and like it. I haven't used the current version much though.

There are a number of Photoshop plug-ins that work with Graphic Convertor.

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