So I've heard of some softwares that edit your photos In other words, photo editing software... I've been thinking... Are they all online or in stores? Are any free or do you have to pay a fee? And I've also noticed on some LOs that people have their pictures in a collage format does that apply to the software? Do I need a different photo paper for that too? (NOTE: You don't have to answer all of them since I did type a lot) THNX!!!!!
There's free software like Picasa and Gimp. And there's home user software like Photoshop Elements and Corel Photo Pro. And then there's professional software like Photoshop CS5. It just depends on what level you want.
Any software that will let you cut and paste will let you create a collage. and the paper you print on is an individual choice. There are many different kinds that give different looks.
Some software is available online, some in stores.
Some is free, others are not. Some software is actually quite expensive.
You can create collages using software (I use Picasa--free from Google). You can also create collages from many photo labs. I use Walgreens--which offers a "collage print" feature. I'm sure Snapfish, Shutterfly, and others offer it too.
You do not need different photo paper for a collage--just the size you want to print.
Photoshop is awesome, and the keyboard shortcuts can save a ton of time!
On a side note, I have a copy of Adobe Photoshop CS5 for windows for sale, im asking $450 plus actual shipping costs for it. Its going for $700 on adobe.com the last time I looked. If anyone is interested, send me a message.