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Paint Shop Pro Photo XI has the most options for anyone interested in improving their photos. Advanced, manual correction tools OR automatic one-step fixes (Smart Photo Fix even combines these 2 methods of photo fixing for maximum efficiency), Paint Shop Pro XI has them. Tools include Background Eraser, Colour Changer, Noise Removal Filter, Perspective Correction Tool, Makeover Tools, Purple Fringe Remover, and Straighten.
In the advanced editing category, Paint Shop Pro XI has excellent Learning Tools. The Learning Center can help users 100% of the time, or it can be turned off, it can even be used just to select tools. It is the ideal way to operate within an editing program. Each section is labelled by task, not tool. Users are not expected to know what tool does what - they can simply click the task they want to accomplish and they are off and running.
Paint Shop Pro Photo XI has an outstanding array of tools for a product in its price category.
Just what I wanted and the training Video that comes with it is excellent and gets you right into the workings of the software, a vey good buy and addition to my camera.Published on 29 July 2013 by Mike Gaskin
I lhave recently bought myself a new laptop which did not have this program installed. As I take.
e lots of photos I was lost without it. Great progam!
i love editing my pictures when im bored and have downloaded the trial version of this product and when i saw the price i just had to buy it and it was the best thing i could of... Read morePublished on 13 July 2010 by emma
Very good for working on damaged photo's.Updated to new computer with Vista.As Paint Shop Pro X was an excellant program,decided to stick with an upgrade of this program. Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2009 by Mr. E. C. Dawes
This is a great and easy product to use , especially for the amateur photographer who is looking to go that be further on! Read morePublished on 6 Jun. 2009 by C. Billington
I have been a long standing user of PSP but once Corel got thier hands on it it's all over.
PSP was a byword for effective, efficient and inexpensive photo editing software. Read more
Bought the whole package, the free Corel Snapfire 30 day trial had expired without even trying it, the updates for Pain Shop Pro Photo x1 would not download. Read morePublished on 25 July 2007 by A. G. Heggie
Okay, here it is. I'm a PSP user, who has also used Photoshop 7 - and I can tell you this, PSP is my preference. Read morePublished on 23 July 2007 by Mercedes Keyes