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damoon

Hey all does anyone know a good photo editor that can cut out picture background and replace with another one????

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please i want it to have a low memory like say 1mb-11mb in size..........


akira550

1mb-11mb? well i don't know what would i suggest because photoshop CS was big in space but good same as photoshop elements..i don't remember the size of GIMP but you can check it.. if you didn't find a good one just edit your picturesin some online website like lunapic.com or imikimi.com they are online photo editing websites


user681

better luck using online photoshop or something...google it and you'll find it..that or use gimp


shadowx

the GIMP will do it just fine. You wont get it much smaller than the GIMP. Google it, download it, select the background and erase it (well actually, youd have to make a second layer,, under the image layer so it goes transparent, but meh) and place the new background in.


damoon

Apart from gimp is there any other good online photo editor??????

 

 

I just really want to change the background of an image


user681

Apart from gimp is there any other good online photo editor??????

 

 

I just really want to change the background of an image


Google photoshop online..

you'll find a few


Cold Fusion

Apart from gimp is there any other good online photo editor??????

 

 

I just really want to change the background of an image


if your on Windows you can use Paint.NET

It has a magic wand tool so cutting out images should not be much trouble.

It requires .NET framework 3.5, which you might already have anyway.


Veradesigns

Hey all does anyone know a good photo editor that can cut out picture background and replace with another one????

:P

 

please i want it to have a low memory like say 1mb-11mb in size..........


Hi, i believe i can help you with this yes any picture is able to be cut and replaced. The memory of the file is whats most troubling. Message me or post the picture and details you want.

 

P.S: i will be using Photoshop for this.

 

Thank you

Abel


contactskn

Dear friend I am using Photo shop and I am fully satisfied with the same so why don't you try it. For some reasons I also use Chorel draw 12 its typically professional and ultimate and thats why I use it for my professional photo editing works.?


phpphp

to be honest, today as memory size has inreased dramatically and companies dont bother to care about less memory size. So its very difficult to suggest you such program with low memory size requirement. Graphic works requires memory alot.


damoon

I will add it now.... please someone should help me remove the background and replace it with a scene like an Ocean or a Yellow Backgroundpost-74257-1255183318_thumb.jpg


walterreed

I am using Photo Dekho's online photo editor and it's pretty gud for me. :)


Quatrux

For simple things you can use Irfanview, it is very small and can do quite a lot, especially with extra plugins, it doesn't take much resources at all, but for simple editing and simple effects it's one of the best image viewer/editor around:you can download it from here: http://www.irfanview.com/

 

Also, here is some info on it on Wikipedia: http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

 

I am using it for years now for simple and fast tasks, but for more powerful tasks with graphics I usually use GIMP, which is using more memory, more space and more time to start :) and of course has much more features and capabilities. :)

 


GrumbleBall

Like others, the program that I would recommend for all photo editing or image editing would be the GIMP software. This has the functionality of Photoshop but is freeware so won't cost a penny.The only problem with the GIMP is, or what I think it is, it is complicated to use so you will need to follow tutorials, user guides or videos to be able to make the most of this program.I struggle with using GIMP and image editing but to be honest I haven't really spent a lot of time learning how to use the GIMP. As I said above, if you learn how to use it, the GIMP is just as good as Photoshop and if not better as it is a lot cheaper.


Iniyila

If you want only to change the background there is a freeware made for this job. This software name is "FotoMix" it can change the background in only a few clicks. Picture quality if you don't change the size is very nice but if you want to change the size go for gimp because this software has serious problem with resizing. anyway FotoMix is very user friendly and is not a resource hungry software so u can test it for free :D .


mahesh2k

Paint.NET and GIMP are the ones you should use if you're low on money and want to get tasks done quickly. Paint.net is similar to MS paint but much powerful and supports more file formats than any. Iranview is cool image program but it's no longer needed because most of the images are easy to view using default windows image viewer.


Illustrious

You can use GIMP but if you are looking for an even smaller photo editer, then you can use GIMP portable. I find it easy to use and GIMP portable is almost the same exact thing as the original. The size is just smaller and can fit on your flashdrive on the go.


Quatrux

Iranview is cool image program but it's no longer needed because most of the images are easy to view using default windows image viewer.


Well, I disagree, even though I don't use it to view only pictures, I usually use it for simple operations with images, it's very fast and convenient way, you don't need to open GIMP or Paint.NET or something else to do a simple task with an image, like paste a print screen in it, cut the needed part of it, autocrop borders, scale and save.

Also, it can Capture a screen and make a screenshot in different ways, which sometimes is good rather than using print screen button for all the screen. You can make other simple operations, like inserting a text into image and etc. For me it's much more convenient than waiting for GIMP to load, as it usually takes a while and irfan view starts in less than 1 second. :)

Even though for viewing photos/pictures default Microsoft image viewer is better, due to how it displays the image, a bit differently than the original image, they differ if you open it in IrfanView and view it through default image viewer.

mahesh2k

I agree that vista and Windows 7 have image viewers which are bit buggy and crash while showing some formats. But XP's default was best it used to show only image formats. Now a days windows 7 tries to pick even video formats and there is starts to crash. I don't think irfanview is better (just personal choice) because i prefer screencaptor for most of the operation that you mentioned in earlier reply. That software not only helps while screen capture but has lot of tools with which you can play with.


Quatrux

Agreed, I find it really annoying that the default image viewer for windows vista/7 tries to show not only images, but other formats too, including video, which I usually want to skip when viewing photos in a folder from lets say a photo camera which also can record video, it's not even usually able to open those, but still tries.Well, of course there can be different tools for that, but as I am used to Irfanview for such simple operations for over 8 years now I guess, it suits me fine. :)Never used screencaptor though, maybe will need to try it.



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