Paint shop pro x is what I learned to do most of my stuff on. It's not really easy but its easier than photoshop I think. I think that most photo editing programs are hard at first, but then you get the hang of it. I'm still not very good but I am a lot better than when I started. By the way those are pretty good pics since you haven't been at it very long.
adobe photoshop is by far the best image editing out there and s industry standard.
nice work. for the second pic since his legs are already cut off put him on the border or smudge the bottom of hi slegs down to look like they're actually sitting on in the water.
on the black one with the glow i'd suggest on blurring the edges around the dog so u dont see those jaggies, tiny addition will make it look much better.
just some construtiv criticism, been doing graphics for a while (leave it at that). if u have any questions feel free to ask. I'd suggest getting photoshop more versatile and it'll take u 30 min to get used to if u understand the layer concept already (as in paintshop pro).
Thanks i want photoshop but it costs so much money and what version would you reccomend (cs2 right):( . I dont really want to get it illegaly either . To get rid of tte jagged edges i zoom in far and use the eraser to just clean up the edges. I will try that blue thing out too. DO you know how to make the pic black and white and leave parts color on paintshop?
last time i used paintshop was 7-8 years ago... years ago
pass me some pics of ur dogs i feel like messing around.
just get photoshop, theres a reason why its 800+ dollars to buy, it makes up for the illegal users. Cause if you work for/own a company u MUST buy it to produce ur photos. They've balanced it out that way.
Most versions have very little differences added to them but i would reccomend cs2 they added some rather usefull functionality.
I think you have the same tether I just bought! Is that the super-heavy-duty-a-rhino-couldn't-break-it one? My husband thought I was crazy for buying a tether made for a 250 lb dog (Inara is 38 lbs), but then refused to tie it around a pillar on the house 'cause he was afraid Inara would pull it out! I laughed at him...sorry for going off topic!