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by jcraig
August 9, 2015 - 7:55am

Wow, no postings here at all. All of these other “photoapps” are cool, and less expensive than Photoshop – and I would be sorely tempted to get away from PS, but I do 90%+ of my work on my B&W images using PhotoKit in Photoshop. As an old (ancient) darkroom freak, I find I can work very intuitively and fast. Actually it’s like darkroom work with capabilities increased exponentially and no mess. Just wondered if I’m almost alone out here – and if perhaps thee would be any interest the site providing some encouragement there. PhotoKit isn’t all that different in what it does, it’s just a vastly different, direct, intuitive, non-digital approach to digital applications. Anyway, in lieu of anything coming, if anyone is interested and has any questions, I would be glad to offer some help or tips – I’ve been using the thing extensively for years. 

jcraig

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by PhotoJoseph
August 11, 2015 - 7:06am
The reason there’s no activity here is this forum was broken and no one told me for a long time :-) I finally fixed it! But anyway if you would like to write a tip on Photokit, even just a simple “what it is” I’d love to have that on the front page.

@PhotoJoseph
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by Jertoland
October 21, 2020 - 4:32am

Photoshop is really a very cool program and it’s strange that it is not discussed here. We all start working with Photoshop, as it seems to me, and only then start using more professional programs.

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by RussellAnderson
December 9, 2020 - 3:09am

I wanted to learn how to use Photoshop. But I ran into a problem, I have an old and weak pc. I had to find an analogue easier. There are about 10 analogs (GIMP, Paint.NET, Pinta, Pixia, FireAlpaca, LazPaint, Photo Pos Pro 3, DigiKam, PhotoScape, PhotoDemon). Or buy a new pc. But I have no money for this.

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by RussellAnderson
December 9, 2020 - 3:17am

GIMP is the best-known free alternative to Photoshop today and is the most powerful multipurpose free graphics editor on the software market. The basic functionality of classic Photoshop is fully implemented here: editing pictures, creation of collages, posters, drawings “from scratch”, preparation of layouts of books and design prototypes of websites. The editor supports all common graphics formats. The program supports plugins, is Russified and is available on all popular PC operating systems: MacOS, Linux, Windows. The developers made sure that the GIMP can be used comfortably on leisurely computers with Windows XP and macOS 10.6.

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