As always it mentions Photoshop, which most designer/architects seem to have. I am a Structural Engineer that designs and uses ArchiCAD. I had a copy of Photoshop Elements in the past, but never learned how to use it. (I still do not quite grasp all the Layers, Screen & Filters.)
I am avoiding Adobe's products since they changed their license agreements and if you were using Mac OS I would recommend either Acorn or Pixelmator, about $30 each. Since you are on Win I would recommend using GIMP (free) or CorelDraw ($499).
Elements 12 is also available boxes or download from Amazon, etc... for less than the Adobe price.
(I've not upgraded since Adobe went to subscription, and will probably stick with CS 6 until it won't work with my OS any longer. But, my my skills are too high with Adobe products to consider the effort of switching to something else.)
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