Logo and Banner Makers?

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Ok, as you may know, I'm going to give the YEP a try...

I want to be able to offer to my customers professionally designed logo and banners other than the basic stuff I tend to create.

What is the best cheapest logo and banner software I can use, preferably something to download to the computer such as photoshop (but not necessarily that). I will get a more expensive one if I make money doing this.

Also, anyone wanting to help me create my web design site to look awesome, feel free... I could use a banner and a logo... thinking about calling it, Don's Web Design and Media Consulting!
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Hey Donald, I use photoshop all the time and all my images come out beautifully. I suggest photoshop is the way to go, if not I'd suggest a program called Paint.net (http://www.getpaint.net/). It's a free alternative to photoshop and I used to use it all the time before I got photoshop.
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yea, thanks. I'm trying to figure out photoshop lightroom... unable to figure out how to make an image's background transparent.
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If you've decided to join the YEP program, you may want to join the YEP forum (you need to become a member first) as they will have a great pool of resources to draw from.

Here's a link that will give you the information needed: http://yep.yola.com/members.php
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thanks Sanja, I'll do that. Working on something at the moment :)
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Gimp is open software very much like photoshop (free)