From: David B. <>
Subject: Re: Renovation of a photograph
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On 22/01/2018 15:45, nospam wrote:
> In article <_xn9C.449811$6_2.43059@fx30.fr7>, David B.
><> wrote:
>> Thank you so much for your link. I've been there to have a quick look
>> and have also enroled on the forum. I'll be returning for sure!
> those poor people.

Read here!

>> I've always thought that Photoshop is for 'professionals', not for
>> everyday 'home users' like me.
> it is.
> there is a consumer version, however, called photoshop elements.
> you don't need either one.

>> Is it something that would make a world
>> of difference over the facilities now included with Apple's 'Photos'
>> software?
> it would if you know how to use it. otherwise, hell no.

I'm not sure that I want to do it .... but I might!

>> I did once experiment with GIMP on my old iMac but found it rather
>> complicated to use. Perhaps it's an age thing! ;-)
> nope. it's that the gimp is poorly designed, with no attention paid to
> ui/ux.

You do come out with interesting comments sometimes! ;-)

David B.