| Originally Posted by kevsgirl |
I was actually looking at some of your DIY wedding details and thinking about if I could go about making my own brochures, monograms, etc. I love photos too, so
Actually there is a express version of photoshop on the web thats free: https://www.photosho...ss/landing.html
Also if you are looking for something to play with there is a program that is used by the computer geek community called Gimp. It is very much like photoshop but free. It use to be exclusive to the Linux platform and recently has had a version available for Windows. GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program
For your monogram either program would be perfect. BUT those programs are really made for editing images not creating whole pamphlets. What I am doing is creating monograms and edit photos with photoshop/gimp then using word to create the STD's, pamphlets, ceremony program. That way you can take a word file to a printer and get them printed on high quality paper. Word is a very common program and almost any printer should be able to use it.
I really love both Gimp and photoshop. I am a software developer and don't have any training in image creation but I learned them really quickly. If you google the word tutorial and the program you are using they have some great examples of how to use them. Hope this helps. Sorry its so long