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Photoshop is a program that provides designers with fantastic editing capabilities. Most of the times, this program is used by individuals who have set aside a photo editing budget. Its editing capabilities are robust, making possibilities limitless. Photoshop is designed for professional use and comes with all a designer needs to produce cinema-quality captions. You will, therefore, find lots of labelled buttons which can quickly intimidate a beginner. However, you only need to get used to them to realise they are not strange at all.

PhotoshopPhotoshop will help you remove unpresentable features on your image before printing it or posting it. It’s with the help of some tools like healing brush, patch tool, and spot healing brush among others. This program will also enable you to brighten the eyes and the face. Once you are done editing, this program will help you to crop and save the changes.

Though Photoshop is an advanced program for professionals, it is easy to learn how to use it. There are a lot of things that make it the best photo editing program. One of them is that it can handle PSD and RAW files. Another reason why designers refer this as the ultimate photo editing program is that it has CMYK colour mode unlike most programs available today.

GIMP, is a photo editing application that is freely available, unlike Photoshop. This GNU Image Manipulation Program generates and manipulates graphic photos on Linux. You can also use it on any other device with the Unix, Mac, OS and Windows operating systems. However, what this application offers cannot replace Photoshop for designers. It is because it lacks critical photo editing tools like CMYK colour mode required by designers. Nonetheless, if you do photo editing for fun or you need a less expensive option, GIMP will do just fun.

My name is Pedro… I’m was born in Sweden in 1968, a moved to Mallorca (Spain) when I was 25.

I have always had a great interest in everything that has to do with tech, and my first computer was bought in 1982.

I started with Windows 1.0 in 1986. In early 2000, I learn about Linux, and today I use Debian. In 2011, I bought an iMac and since then, I have worked with all three operating systems.

This is some borring things, but need to be here :)