Does anyone can give me an advice what kind of adobe photoshop I could buy to fix my pictures? I am more interested on fixing/clearing up the skin blemishes or removing unwanted objects. Any advice will be appreciated.
It depends, partly, on your budget. Photoshop CS6 is really the best tool available... but it's expensive. Photoshop Elements is a good entry-level version, not too expensive, still pretty powerful, but its pretty limited compared to real photoshop.
There are other programs, though. Corel makes a good photo editor, and it's relatively inexpensive.
Also, there's GIMP, which is completely free.
If you're a student (or know a student), you can buy the full version of Photoshop at student price and save a ton of money. If you can do it, that's really the best place to start learning.
Thank you Matt, (I forgot to mention in my message above that I am just looking for the basic one--easy to use for a beginner) The CS6 is probably too much for me (not just the price but probably with all the features too without knowing how to use it). I will check out the Photo Elements, Corel and GIMP. Thanks again
Probably the best option on the market right now is Affinity Photo, which does not have a subscription model and costs a mere $40 (or sometimes $50). Either way, it's less than half as much as an annual subscription to Photoshop, and you can use it for years. I don't think that I mentioned it above.
Unfortunately, there isn't a perfect alternative to Adobe Lightroom right now, for Affinity. Programs like <a href="https://www.on1.com/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=388_138_3_164" target="_blank">ON1 Photo RAW</a> or CaptureOne have their advantages, but I'm really hoping for a native Affinity solution, one of these days.