4 people who bought this rated it 3.5 out of 5
“I find this to be a brilliant editing Program, far better than many others I have tried, everything is easily done with very few if any hiccups, I would certainly recommend it to anyone asking about Photo Editing software ...”
“The application is at least as good as the previous version - which is very good; unfortunately it is still impossible to save the edited photographs as Jpegs - although I was assured that was possible.”
Thanks for your feedback. To save your photograph as a JPEG, simply select 'Export' from the file menu rather than 'Save As'.
Hope that helps.
“I've played around with this for a few hours. I've evaluated a bunch of other programs too, but this one seems very good. The main thing that impressed me is the brush performance on large canvas. The Brush runs butter smooth, which makes it faster than some other programs. If you are familiar with Photoshop, I don't think this will take you long to learn.
I have 2 requests:
1) Provide the option to use a dark gray color scheme. This helps my eyes when I work long hours in front of the screen.
2) Allow the use of Photoshop brushes. It already takes photoshop filters, but there are a huge resource of photoshop brushes and I would like to use them. Other lesser programs can do this, I don't see why Photo Plus can't either.
Thanks for the great program.”
“At first sight I thought I was going to like it. I have the latest version of Adobe Photoshop at work, and an ancient version at home, and only use it for changing image size, cropping images, and creating business cards. Making the odd brochure graphic. Nothing advanced. I can work as easily in Version 6 as I can in the latest version.
I figured at the price I would get what I needed: the basic elements of Photoshop. I don't need the advanced features.
The first basic design element I found missing was "Step Backward." I use that one a lot, and Photoplus doesn't have it. Now I have to figure out a different plan after 15 years of Photoshop.
The second basic element I found missing was the ability to cut an image and paste it into a new image with a larger canvas. Instead of the software creating a new layer without my intervention, and automatically allowing me to drag it across the larger canvas to position it, Photoplus just pastes the image I copied into a NEW image - the same size and shape as the copied content - and the canvas is somewhere else. I'll have to read up to find out how to merge the two.
Which is a minus to me. I don't like feeling forced to read manuals for things I think are elementary. If software is designed properly, I shouldn't have to.
I want software to be intuitive, and if a software company compares its software to Photoshop (which the salesman did) I expect even the most basic beginner features to be there. I'm sure there's a way to do these and other things I imagine I'll encounter along the way, and now take for granted in Photoshop. But I just want to sit down and work with something I know will do what I want. I'm not making a career out of editing images. I just want to be able to do the basic things I want to do.”