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Which photoshop is best?

2006-08-15 11:30:54, Category: Programming & Design
Which version of photoshop do you think is best and easiest to use?


  1. prasessa

    On 2006-08-15 11:35:55

    If you are to use it professionally, you always need the last version.
  2. s.vatsal

    On 2006-08-15 11:35:39

    Certainly latest photoshp CS2. for new users 7 or 8 can work with all filters available.
  3. Indigo

    On 2006-08-18 06:44:57

    click photo shop
  4. dedm

    On 2006-08-15 11:39:08

    cs2 version 9
  5. pa1mcd

    On 2006-08-15 11:35:23

    version 6 the one you learn on x x x
  6. My Brainhurts

    On 2006-08-15 11:40:32

    I have used V6 and 7, I hate V7 the improvements are not, I would go back to V6 in a heartbeat but I have lost the disc.
  7. dwightl.geo

    On 2006-08-15 11:38:29

    the first one was the easiest. it wouldn't do much though
  8. rainfingers

    On 2006-08-15 11:35:42

    Try GIMP, it's free.
  9. thepickmaster

    On 2006-08-15 11:56:35

    Depends on your user level. Photoshop CS2 is a professional level version for the professional graphics user. It's a comprehensive photo tool with hundreds of user tools, filters, brushes, options, etc. with a price pointed at the pros ($600 +/- ). You might want to consider Photoshop Elements 4 which is for the user who wants some of the bells and whistles without a lot of complexity. For the casual photographer, it's one of the best on the market, and the user interface is much simpler. Elements usually can be found for about $100 +/- depending on the web site or store.
  10. creativKru

    On 2006-08-15 11:39:56

    CS2 is the most recent version (and probably the best). Anything ver 7 and above is really good.
  11. Adam

    On 2006-08-15 11:41:08

    I use CS2 at work. It is the most supirior, but if you arent using it professionally you probably wont use all the features. At home I use PS 7 and it is just fine.
  12. Mark T

    On 2006-08-15 13:47:19

    Any version, they are all good, it depends on your needs. unless you are a professional graphic artist you really don't need the latest version. My guess is you're just touching up photos from a digital camera (sorry if that sounds patronising, don't mean to) in which case any version is fine. you could try G.I.M.P (yes, really), its free and nearly as powerful as photoshop try http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/stable.html you will need to install the GTK runtimes
  13. Thor

    On 2006-08-15 11:34:37

  14. Davor

    On 2006-08-15 11:37:44

    Yea CS2. Newest version is always best one.