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From: "David Carnley" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] OT:best image editing software for genealogy?
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2001 16:40:19 -0600
I own and use PhotoShop and Ulead's Photo Impact. Either program will do
what you need. As several people have pointed out PhotoShop is expensive.
Ulead's Photo Impact isn't expensive, $89.95. You can use layers in it the
same as PhotoShop, that way you can retain the original and save a copy in
what ever format you want for display purposes. Ulead's Photo Impact also
come with a Photo Album program among others.
Their web site, check it out
David Carnley -- Newton, Texas
My website: http://www.carnley.net
:From: Jeff [mailto:]
:Sent: Nov 03, 2001 11:49 AM
:Subject: [TMG] OT:best image editing software for genealogy?
:I need software recommendations for scanned photo labeling and storage
:as a TMG external exhibit.
:I want to store, in TMG external exhibits, family reunion photos from
:the late 1800's. I want to identify all of the participants, probably
:by annotating the people with a number or initials on their chest and a
:list of correlating names at the bottom.
:I would want to store the whole thing as one file (not a separate file),
:probably jpg or whatever will have the least chance of being obsolete
:and unreadable in the future. Fifty years from now I want people to be
:able to know who is who on scanned reunion photos.
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