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PhotoDeluxe Home Edition 3.0

While digital cameras may still be expensive, you can find scanners for about a hundred dollars or have your film developed onto diskette or CD. And color printers get better all the time. Lexmark has one color model that sells for less than a hundred dollars. And when it comes to software, Adobe makes creativity fun with PhotoDeluxe. The latest addition to the best selling line is the Home Edition 3.0. Adobe's Melissa DyrdahlÂ…

"We have spent a lot of time on ease of use. And we continue to do user testing and to talk to our customers and get their feedback about what's easy about the product, what's hard, what do they like to do, what do they find to be confusing, what problems are they havingÂ… which is why we added the digital camera direct access because getting photos out of the digital camera can be complex for a novice userÂ….the color output was a problem because it wasn't matching what they were seeing on the monitor."

The software uses new technology to ensure that what you see on the screen is very close to what you'll see on paper. The editing and special effects you can add turn your computer into a sophisticated dark room. The price, under fifty dollars.