Adobe Photoshop a hona joale 25 na le lilemo tse ke arguably ea pinnacle oa photo photo photo photo tseleganya. empa, nakong £ 8,57 / khoeli, e 's boetse ho hongata theko e boima ho feta batho ba bangata ba ka kgona, kahoo mona 25 mekhoa e meng bakeng sa 25 lilemo tsa photoshoppery.
Tse hlano tse molemo ka ho fetisisa ...
Pixelmator – molemo ka ho fetisisa bakeng sa Mac
£ 22,99 – OS X
Pixelmator Ke arguably molemo ka ho fetisisa photo photo photo photo mohlophisi leqepheng la Mac. E mehele esita le foto kholo ka ho fetisisa habonolo, replicates joalokaha batho ba bangata Photoshop lithulusi tsa joalokaha tloaelo hlokahala, hammoho le Photoshop faele tshehetso, 'me o' ngoe e babatsehang folisa sesebelisoa seo e ka hlalosa seo 's ho se potoloha le tlale ka ho qaqileng.
Molemo bakeng sa ho potlakela amang maikutlo ka difoto ho mellwane qaqileng bakeng novices le pros ka tsela e tšoanang. Ho na le esita le ba nang le bokhoni haholo £ 7,99 app e iPad Pixelmator le batho ba bangata lithulusi tšoanang le ka bobebe, ya tshebediso hore etsa hore app e Mac le leholo.
Paint.net - molemo ka ho fetisisa bakeng sa Windows
Free – Windows
Paint.net o ile a qala bophelo e le Phetolo bonolo hakana bakeng sa Microsoft Paint, empa ba bile teng ba le ditshebetso tse e ncha kang dikarolo multiple le ho feta e tsoetseng pele Foto tseleganya lithulusi tsa. Kajeno ke e 'ngoe ea literene tse lebelo Foto bahlophisi free Windows, le sete ea nang le bokhoni tšobotsi eo khaotsa feela khutšoanyane tse ling tsa lisebelisoa profeshenale mellwane.
Molemo bakeng sa ho litokiso potlakela, lijalo le boholo ba letsatsi le letsatsi photo photo photo photo tseleganya. Molemo ka ho fetisisa ea libaka tsohle tse, e 's mahala.
Adobe Lightroom – molemo ka ho fetisisa bakeng sa bongata-laola difoto
£ 99 – Windows, OS X
Arguably molemo ka ho fetisisa mahsolate, Adobe Lightroom na lithulusi tsa ho lekaneng, esita le bakeng sa litsebi tsa, ho qoba ho ba le ho bula e ka thoko setšoantšo mohlophisi, ho akarelletsa tse ling tsa pholiso le mellwane Photoshop tsa disebediswa. E boetse e na le pokello o tiileng oa methaka lokisa le lisebelisoa tsa sona itirisang tsa khalemelo thehiloeng mabone, lense le k'hamera dikai, e leng etsa hore ho itima lijo tsa ditiro ho fetisisa.
Aviary Photo Editor – molemo ka ho fetisisa bakeng sa selefounu
Free – Android, iOS
Aviary ke tiileng setšoantšo mohlophisi ea nang le bokhoni le haholo setšoantšo kgwathago-up le resizing lithulusi tsa, hona joale ruilweng ke Adobe. Ho tobile haholoanyane segokanyimmediamentsi sa sebolokigolo etsa hore ho le bonolo ho sebelisa 'me o na e eketsehileng ea ho fana ka ho feta bahlophisi ba bangata ba cellular Amehile Haholo ka filter Instagram mokhoa.
Autodesk Pixlr – molemo ka ho fetisisa ho boraosara ea
Free – Windows, OS X, Android, iOS le ho web
Pixlr ke lokolohile makhona ea libaka tsohle tse trades Foto mohlophisi le sete tiileng thulusi ea ho hoo e ka bang leha e le efe projeke. The app e ho web ke e mong oa hlahisa ka botlalo ka ho fetisisa, ha a ntse a cellular le komporong ea ditiriso yona boetse ho na le tiileng. Tse ling tsa ditshebetso tse Pixlr fetisisa tsoetseng pele hloka $15 ka selemo tshebeletso ya, empa e na le tšehetsoa ke Autodesk, etsa tse ling tsa molemo ka ho fetisisa lisebelisoa tsa sona li entsoeng ka mokhoa k'homphieutha thusa.
Tse ntlehali tsa ba bang kaofela ...
£ 48 – Windows
Photoshop nako e telele-a eme qothisana lehlokoa. PaintShop Pro ke theko e tlaase ho feta dingo eona qothisana lehlokoa le eena empa ka tsela e tšoanang boletsweng. E nang ba bang ba ditshebetso tse Photoshop fetisisa tsoetseng pele, 'me o bettered ke ba bang ba bacha le baphadisani yona hangata-mahala, empa e ntse e le mohlophisi ea nang le bokhoni.
Serif PhotoPlus X7
£ 79,99 – Windows
PhotoPlus ke tiileng tsohle ho pota setšoantšo mohlophisi bakeng Windows tsoang khampani eo o bōpile amana Photo bakeng OS X. E na le sete e amohelehileng ya disebediswa, ho akarelletsa lithulusi tsa khalemelo lense le pagina a los favoritos e meng ea lifoto. The downside feela ke hore ba bangata ba lithulusi e tsoetseng pele batla buka ea litaelo tse eketsehileng mellwane feta ba bang manane a ntlafatso a tse ling tse 'me ka hona ho ke ke ha joalokaha simololang botsoalle.
£ 79,10 – Windows, OS X
Photoshop a sehiloeng-down le motsoal'ae Elements ntlafetse ka tsela e hlollang lilemo tse fetang banyalani bao ho qetela ea lilemo tse tsoang sesebelisoa sa ho qoba fotong mohlophisi bakeng mong le e mong. E na e mengata ya disebediswa tšoana le khaitseli ea yona khōloanyane, save for the advanced Content Aware Fill and a few other professional tools. Solid for most tasks, although free or cheaper tools with similar features are available.
£ 22,99 – OS X
Another excellent image editor for OS X, Acorn is billed as the “image editor for humans”. It’s packed with advanced tools and filters but has a stripped back, simplified user interface that is designed to be familiar to Photoshop users and easy to pick up for notices.
Free – OS X (in beta)
Affinity Photo attempts to be Photoshop on a budget, but not dumbed down. Ho itima lijo, packed with advanced tools and is aimed at professionals. Part of that tool set is end-to-end CMYK 16-bit per channel editing, RAW processing and a Photoshop Content Aware Fill-like tool called Inpainting.
Free – Windows, OS X and Linux
Despite the unfortunate name – GNU Image Manipulation Program – Gimp is one of the most capable free open-source photo editors available for Windows, OS X and Linux. It has some very powerful tools, but isn’t as user friendly as some others.
£59.99 – OS X
Apple’s long-standing photo organiser and editor, Aperture is one of the most efficient ways of tweaking groups of photos, and making and reviewing small adjustments. The magnifying loop tool is particularly effective. It’s simpler to use than many of its competitors and can be used in conjunction with iPhoto.
Free – OS X
Photos is Apple’s replacement for both iPhoto and Aperture, which will be available in the spring. A preview was made available of the app, which is fast, with enough tools to make photo management and tweaks easy.
Free – Windows, OS X
Picasa is Google’s photo manager and editor. It plugs into Google+, but is a solid simple organiser and can be accessed through the app or on the web. It has enough tools to quickly tune photos, with a few fancy filters thrown in.
ACDSee Pro 8
$99.99 – Windows
ACDSee is an Adobe Lightroom analogue with photo management at its heart. It is fast and effective, but has limited metadata sorting and no automatic correction based on lens profiles. It has enough editing tools to improve the odd photo, but some of it can be a clumsy mix of destructive and non-destructive editing.
The cheaper ACDSee 18 lacks some of the more advanced features but could be a good option for photo management.
Free – OS X
Apple’s built-in image and document viewer for OS X is a bit of a dark horse. Underneath its simple viewing exterior hides a fast and effective image editor that’s perfectly capable of cropping, resizing, reformatting and simple touchups. It is particularly good at editing a bunch of images at once.
Free – Windows
Microsoft’s original image editor. It’s changed a bit in recent years and is still a solid, basic image editor. It’s worth a go for nostalgia’s sake at the very least, or for simple cropping and resizing jobs that really don’t require something as powerful as Photoshop.
Free – web
A Photoshop facsimile in the browser, the free Sumo Paint is an excellent quick photo editor. Many of the advanced tools are only available in a $19 pro version, but for straightforward touching up of images, resizing and similar the free editor does the job.
Free – web
PicMonkey is free, browser-based image editor with a solid feature set for simple photo touchups, adding text to images and adding frames. Images can be taken from a computer or various cloud services, including Dropbox and Flickr. A paid-for upgrade removes the ads and gives access to more fonts and effects.
Free – web
Billed as “the world’s most advanced online image editor” it has numerous features for most types of editing. Image manipulation tools are just a simple click and drag-a-slider away, but most tools have little in the way of guidance so beginners might struggle. Those looking for more powerful fill features will need to look elsewhere.
Free – web
Ribbet, despite it’s odd name and frog logo, is a quick and easy-to-use online image editor that does most of the editing for you, making it excellent for beginners or simple jobs. A few advanced tools are available, but better options are out there.
Free – Windows, OS X, iPhone, Android and web
Fotor is a free image editor that’s available on just about any platform either in app or web app from. It has a good selection of tools, each with an easy-to-use sliding scale of effect. Batch editing is a bonus, as are the filter tools.
Free – Android, iOS le ho web
A quick and easy-to-use image editor that apes Instagram on the iPhone and Android, but with a few more tools. The web app is similarly simple, and solid for quickly customising photos before sharing them.
Free – Android, iOS
Snapseed is Google’s mobile image editor that’s been sidelined after it was acquired to be integrated into Google+. But the app still works and its tools, filters and easy-to-use touch controls are still some of the best around.
£3.99 to £7.99 – Android, iOS
Photoshop Touch is Adobe’s touchscreen focused mobile variant, but it isn’t nearly as powerful or feature rich as its namesake. It has a selection of photo filters and some decent touchup tools, but it’s biggest selling point is integration with Adobe’s Creative Cloud, which is useful for desktop Photoshop users.
Adobe’s lighter Photoshop Express is also available for free with very basic tools.
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