If you are looking to get rid of Adobe Afterphotoshop and try something new application with similar feature to Ps and want to spend some cash Affinity photo is your pick ($49) and If you are looking for something free you can try GIMP .
Photoshop is pretty much the original, most prominent photo editing software. It’s an incredibly powerful software to own and isn’t all that expensive per month. Photoshop is my favorite photo editing app. However, I’ve been considering Affinity photo for a long time now for reasons listed below.
Affinity photo is one of the highest-ranked alternatives to Photoshop, and with good reason. It competes with Photoshop on many levels and even has features Photoshop doesn’t have. One of the biggest wins with Affinity Photo is the price- a once-off lifetime subscription, which will save immense costs over the long run. The total cost of the Affinity Photo is less than only one year’s worth of Photoshop. After that, it’s a lifetime of zero expenses for a photo editor (unless you buy plugins, brushes, etc.)! Other photo editing software doesn’t come close to these two, and I don’t think it’s worth the trouble to go through all the options.
If you’re looking for free software though, GIMP is the best place to start. I started on GIMP as well, and that tough me the basics of photo editing, which I was then able to move over to Photoshop quickly.
If you’re looking for free software, keep in mind that you’re going to be limited to the software. Even with GIMP, you will be missing out on some of the best and most crucial tools in advanced photo editing.
If you are only looking to do the odd, simple edit now and again for yourself or a friend, GIMP is the way to go.