graphic-design-toolsCreating and editing quality graphics and images for your website or digital photo albums can be an expensive and time consuming activity.

What type of software programs should you be using to create and edit images?

What are the best free graphic design software programs?

How long will it take to learn to use the software programs?

If you do not want to pay for expensive software, then you will want to know where can you download free image editing software. Then there is the issue of how much time it will take to learn how to use this type of software to create and edit images.

These are all questions that you might be asking yourself if you need to manipulate images for your website or digital photo albums. The good news is that there are a number of free image editing programs and graphic design tools available on the web, that allow you to do all this. These free programs and tools produce similar results to what you can achieve in the paid software tools, such as Photoshop and Corel.

I use and recommend the following free graphic design software; Gimp, Paint.net and PicMonkey. These graphic design tools are, in my experience, the best free image editing tools available for creating and editing all kinds of graphics, images and digital photographs.

However, I did find that there is a bit of a learning curve for each of them, and probably due to the fact that they are free programs, I was unable to find any comprehensive training materials to help me quickly get-to-grips with each program. Sure there are some YouTube videos and some basic tutorials out there on the web, but I couldn’t find anything that gets you creating or editing images fast. So after some perseverance and many hours spent ‘messing around’ with each program, I finally got there.

I then decided to create a number of video tutorials to help others to quickly learn about each program and not have to go through the steep learning curve that I went through! So I’ve created a course called Graphic Design Tools. My course contains a total of 13 concise, to-the-point videos that quickly reveal how to master these free graphic design tools.

Fortunately, having created several other training courses my overheads were very low, and as a result, I have been able to keep the cost of my video tutorial course extremely low. You can watch me as I create and edit images using the Gimp, Paint.net and PicMonkey programs.

Also it’s worth mentioning the Free 7 day trial, where you can try out my course for free for 7 days and if you are not happy then it will cost you nothing!

So whichever way you look at it, my course is going to save you a lot of time and money, especially when you factor in the cost of paid graphic design software programs like Photoshop or Corel!.

You can watch more preview videos and sign up for a Free 7 day trial by clicking the ‘Register Now’ button below:

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