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Would appreciate recommendations, with the thought that something intuitive and simple would be better than something with all the gadgets.

I'm inundated with photo programs, between stuff that came with my scanner, my printer (HP 1218), and the camera. None seem particularly best; would appreciate recommendations, with the thought that something intuitive and simple would be better than something with all the gadgets.

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Re: Would appreciate recommendations, with the thought...

You have a 3030 it should have come with Photoshop LE. It may take a little practice and possibly a book or 2 but PS is the best photo editing software on the market. (It has paid my bills for the last 8 years) Also your camera came with Camedia 2.1 use this to review your images in a thumbnail view and then edit in photoshop.

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