Corel PhotoImpact X3 / Corel MediaOne Plus / Painter Essentials 3 ALL THREE (download) only £21.07 (with code) @ Corel.com
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Corel PhotoImpact X3 / Corel MediaOne Plus / Painter Essentials 3 ALL THREE (download) only £21.07 (with code) @ Corel.com

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Found 6th Nov 2009
Very good price as Corel PhotoImpact X3 is normall between £38 and £45 to buy looking elsewhere. If you are unsure you can download a 30 day free trial from various places, but this offer expires on 16th November

Save 50% on downloads of PhotoImpact with coupon code IMPACTFALL

Corel PhotoImpact® X3 combines full-featured photo editing with inspiring photo projects and amazing digital art to make digital photography and image creativity fun, fast and easy. Quickly touch up your favorite snaps with innovative ExpressFix editing. Use drag-and-drop layouts to create memorable photo gifts in just minutes. Share your life and memories with family and friends, by printing, email or blog. Award-winning PhotoImpact is creative photo editing software that fits your lifestyle. Now with your purchase, you also receive Corel MediaOne Plus and Painter Essentials 3.

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do you transfer to the uk site for this and put in the codes andy, as link to usa

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do you transfer to the uk site for this and put in the codes andy, as … do you transfer to the uk site for this and put in the codes andy, as link to usa



Hi
No download from the US site :thumbsup:

What irritates me about Corel's line of photo editing software is that they seem to cause total confusion in what they have on offer because they have bought up several of their minor competitors and marketed them as their own product in competition with their own brands.
I have used Corel Photo-paint since about version 3 and always found it to be an excellent product, an equal to Photoshop.

You used to be able to buy photo-paint as a separate app, or as part of the Corel Draw bundle. Then, after about version 11, they bought up Paint Shop Pro, which was what everyone used to use as their "free" photo-editing software.
This then confused rhings because they then were marketing Corel photo-paint X2, X3, X4 (whatever) and also Paint Shop Pro X2. Then it seems you coul only get Corel Photo-Paint by buying a Corel Draw bundle, and PSP X2 becomes the default photo-editor.

Then we have Photoimpact, which I remember as used to be sold by another Corel competitor, yet they are now selling it as a Corel product in competition to their own alternatives - I don't get it - what are they doing?

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What irritates me about Corel's line of photo editing software is that … What irritates me about Corel's line of photo editing software is that they seem to cause total confusion in what they have on offer because they have bought up several of their minor competitors and marketed them as their own product in competition with their own brands.I have used Corel Photo-paint since about version 3 and always found it to be an excellent product, an equal to Photoshop. You used to be able to buy photo-paint as a separate app, or as part of the Corel Draw bundle. Then, after about version 11, they bought up Paint Shop Pro, which was what everyone used to use as their "free" photo-editing software.This then confused rhings because they then were marketing Corel photo-paint X2, X3, X4 (whatever) and also Paint Shop Pro X2. Then it seems you coul only get Corel Photo-Paint by buying a Corel Draw bundle, and PSP X2 becomes the default photo-editor.Then we have Photoimpact, which I remember as used to be sold by another Corel competitor, yet they are now selling it as a Corel product in competition to their own alternatives - I don't get it - what are they doing?



Confused the hell outta me.... :oops:

Just bought it for about £11.05
using discount code DPC20OFF
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