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Written by lyceum
134 days ago

Adam: Thanks for sharing your experiences!



Written by lyceum
135 days ago

Adam: I started out with Canva back in the day. I wonder which program would fit my style in the future?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
135 days ago

Canva is still a great option most of the time. I usually stick to Canva for simple images. Anything that requires more significant editing, or dealing with layers/transparent backgrounds and such, I'll use Photoshop. PicMonkey is a good alternative that's cheaper. I tried using that actually but I'm so familiar with Photoshop at this point.



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