Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

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Win a $500 Amazon™ Gift Card and a Corel software package – PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate, AfterShot Pro 3, VideoStudio Ultimate X10 and ParticleShop. Boom!

Enter the Corel “Colors of Fall” photography contest today!

Over the last few years here at dPS, we’ve run very some very popular competitions with our partners to give away some of their great photographic products to lucky dPS readers.

We are lucky enough to be able to do it again now.

Three Prizes

For this competition, Corel is giving away, as the grand prize, a $500 Amazon™Gift Card and a Corel Software Package. The second place winner will receive a full Corel software package and the third place winner will win a copy of PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate.

The software package includes PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate, AfterShot Pro 3, VideoStudio Ultimate X10 and ParticleShop.

These prizes are designed to help every level of photographer create BETTER pictures. Since 1989, with the introduction of CorelDRAW, Corel boasts a range of award-winning products that includes graphics, painting, photo, video and office software with a community of over 100 million strong. Each prize will be won by a different dPS reader.

Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

All three prize winners will receive the full version of Corel’s leading photo editing and graphic design software – A $99.99 value!

* Special Offer – All dPS readers will receive 10% discount on PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

Get Photoshop-like results for less with PaintShop® Pro 2018 Ultimate including a faster, easier PaintShop Pro and an exclusive bonus collection of premium software you won’t find in Photoshop. Turn photos into works of art with Painter® Essentials™ 5, automatically correct images with Perfectly Clear 3 SE, and edit RAW photos quickly with Corel® AfterShot™ 3.

  • Edit photos like a professional
  • Create unique graphic design projects
  • Turn your photos into works of art
  • Enhance your photos instantly
  • Work with RAW images
  • Simplified user interface

Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

Learn a little more about PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate here.

How to Win

To win this competition you’ll need to:

  1. Download a free trial of PaintShop Pro 2018
  2. Edit your favorite “Colors of Fall” photo, using PaintShop Pro 2018
  3. Post your “Colors of Fall” photo in our comments section below, along with a few words on how you feel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate would help your photography and, of course, a few words about your “Colors of Fall” photo. It’s as easy as that!

Do this in the next 21 days and on October 9, 2017, the team at Corel will choose the three best photos and comments, and we will announce the winners in the following days.

The deadline to enter is October 8, 2017, Midnight PDT. Photos and comments left after the deadline will not be considered.

Note: By entering the “Colors of Fall” photo competition, the Entrant is providing permission to Corel to publish their photo, if it is chosen as a winner, to be utilized within media post/s by Corel announcing the winners and promoting. Entrants will be provided a full photo credit if a photo is used, and will retain their copyright.

Please click HERE for full contest rules, terms and conditions.

By best – we’re looking for people who understand photography post-processing, and how PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate may best suit your needs. So you’ll need to check out the product page to put yourself in the best position to win. Don’t forget that to grab a free trial download.

There’s no need to write essay length comments to win – but we’re looking to hear what you like about the software and how it would help your development as a photographer. Don’t forget to include your “Colors of Fall” photo that you edited with PaintShop Pro 2018 in our comments section below. We encourage you to have fun and be creative!

This competition is open to everyone, no matter where you live – but there is only one entry per person. To enter – simply leave your photo and comment below.

Note: By entering the “Colors of Fall” photo competition, the Entrant is providing permission to Corel to publish their photo, if it is chosen as a winner, to be utilized within media post/s by Corel announcing the winners and promoting. Entrants will be provided a full photo credit if a photo is used, and will retain their copyright.

Enter to Win Corel PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate

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Darlene Hildebrandt is the Managing Editor of dPS. She is also an educator who teaches aspiring amateurs and hobbyists how to improve their skills through articles, online photography classes, and travel tours. Get her free ebook 10 Photography Challenges to help you take better pictures or join a photo tour to some exotic places.

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  • Pete Mueller

    I’d love to play… but this software does not support Mac.

  • Rick K

    I love the new Paintshop Pro 2018. I really like having the ability to switch between using the complete version because I am use to that look and feel or essentials version. The picture I am submitting for the contest was taken on the first full day of Fall 2017 using a Canon T1i converted to take IR pictures. For this picture I was using a 665nm IR filter. The picture is of Mill Creek in Jefferson OH. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0cc20e37cefac1190f6c5fb5b93b02211c647cf04d78fc324e4f863beb84f9dd.jpg

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  • nancy reed

    I love the program and I’m so happy to share this photo. I’m a Florida girl so when I went up north with my boyfriend to visit his family I couldn’t believe how amazing and beautiful the trees were. They even thought I was a bit strange taking to “many” pictures of the trees. I only needed a little adjustment to make those yummy rich fall colors pop. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2473aad35c19bf5d56ae2eba72bbad1a1d93df5b83b094edac42fe2b749cca1f.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a86a2ef676746765e1e242feeae36472095019aca7e34ef83c5f4862f7a19bfe.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b3b51b1ec3fe8b57f350dd1a158e7a984c4f193ca8fb97eef0aad09a9b09dd1d.jpg

  • AJ Crum

    I love the layout of PSP 2018 and the ease of use granted by the larger icons! I am a Smokey Mountain native, so my nature photography has an unlimited supply of beautiful subjects!
    Photo taken in Greene County, TN https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/cb147fc8978c4d32d3c6825388bf18dcea85c9e94fa72f962c29e75b027d4e92.png

  • AJ Crum

    I love the layout of PSP 2018 and the ease of use granted by the larger icons! I am a Smokey Mountain native, so my nature photography has an unlimited supply of beautiful subjects!
    Photo taken in Greene County, TN https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/901a710516cb2c37a72d3637aee79b9f8aa413d799f019ba516afaf77726b5d8.jpg

  • Gail Lovejoy

    I have been working with an older edition of Painshop Pro, but the 2018 edition is easier with the tools, gradients, patterns and textures. The essential workspace has made editing photos simpler.
    This picture was taken from the Cherohala Skyway in North Carolina/Tennessee.

  • Gail Lovejoy
  • Larry Mitchell

    I’ve been using PSP since it was JASC and haven’t had a reason to use another editor. I have tried others but found the learning curve to steep or they just didn’t have the tools that I prefer. This is my first time to use PSP 18 and find it smooth and quick to respond. I Like It.
    The photo was taken with my Canon T2i. Some day I’ll move on to a camera with a larger sensor, (when I can afford it). PSP helps me improve the pics I take, basically scenic and landscape. Good Luck Everyone.

  • Larry Mitchell

    Sorry Gail Lovejoy, I somehow got my comment on the other entry and can’t fix it.
    Pic, Down a country road. Missouri Ozark Mtns.

  • Larry

    I’ve been using PSP since it was JASC PSP and each new edition gets better. I’ve tried other editors but found the learning curve too steep of they didn’t have the tools I prefer. PSP 18 so far is smooth and easy to use. My entry is taken in the Ozark Mtns. Missouri. I use a Canon T2i w/ Tamron 28-200 lens. I prefer landscape and scenery, but do some sports and family pics. Looks like PSP 18 ultimate will be my new favorite editor.
    Good Luck Everyone https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c0ea6c0e51ceccb7832b3a1ba3534d8271c0fd7815ae93d88259b2185cf5e936.jpg

  • Bruce Hall

    I am continuing to learn to enhance photos and videos, attempting to bring out that which I experience when being there…. to display the vibrant colours, the textures and even the scents and sounds that exist in the image of which I am attempting to capture. Cameras alone cannot do this! The assistance of well written software allows for us as image collectors, to bring forth the hidden treasures hidden within! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2732b077292b92e200c494c706e82f19393f6d6fac67f5d69fb173dc48ad9030.jpg

  • Greg Baxter

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b4a2588fb6645bf97e74e5db511ca64bf1ac83cbf5932fac47880942a305e378.jpg I love the new workspace customization features and the new essential workspace for quick edits.

  • Valarie Kanable

    This summer began the change of my new career. I went from a “Stay at home” mom taking photos of my kids to an amateur photographer taking pictures of fine jewelry. I’m using a Nikon D40 and a light box to achieve professional shots, Ha! I’m struggling with light balance, so that’s where this Paintshop Pro 2018 Ultimate has been my new best friend. This program will not only help with light balance editing, but also with transferring RAW, and creating unique looks for our website.
    My photo started out with a scene from a walk in the woods on a fall day. I removed my daughter with her dog, and used radial blur. Then, I enhanced the jewelry photo, erased the background, and layered it onto the woods photo. Last, I gave the top layer a twist, and used the starburst paintbrush for an extra added effect. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8511248029dea7558eaaa3145525ca2df46df5d9970145b2c006537b258d84a7.jpg

  • Charlie Hoffman

    Colors of Fall ~ Wow….Having used Corel products for years the new PaintShop Pro 2018 Ultimate makes my work output a snap. This photo was taken overlooking the Lackawaxen River in the Pocono Mts. of Pennsylvania https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9e04216b6db0e543a641950265b14f4fc406bb8ae2f55ec718f3d969e0742a7e.jpg .

  • J Kosa

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d016994639a48541dd954a71661be0e573eb52c81070fbd8a74ff3105e5d1d62.jpg

    Normally I don’t edit my photos very drastically – partially because I don’t have a great software tool for it. Also, I prefer to let the natural subjects tell their story. But being introduced to Paint Shop Pro
    2018 really let me see how much better my final pieces could be. I had previously gotten a trial of Corel Painter, as I am an artist, and so I wandered onto the PSP page. Getting the trial and learning
    through the tutorials has given me a lot of new creativity when it comes to editing. To be able to scan and overlay my watercolor painting work, combining it with my photography, was just one of the sparks PSP created in my mind. This picture was taken in Washington, New Hampshire, just after sunrise on a camping trip. I used the (new to me) awesome HDR merge feature to make this final piece look so much more dramatic and fanciful.

  • Kristin G

    I’m new to digital photography post-processing, but I downloaded the free trial from Corel and used it to edit this photo that I took back in October 2011 in Acadia National Park in Maine. I watched many of the tutorials on the Corel site and they are a good way to feel ones way around the program and get a taste of the possibilities. The program is powerful yet does not seem overly complicated to learn. I definitely am excited to use Corel to take my photos to the next level. Thank You!
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/39ff2b766e0fd14a57cc8c3c254dbb91faed30a383617534d4a10ec10381600d.jpg

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