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I would recommend looking into realm works by wolflair which (as far as their website show) will be released later this month. http://www.wolflair.com/realmworks It allows you to add pins to your maps and utilize hyperlinked tags to chain content together.
If you're okay with a desktop application, then this works well: You'll need to install LibreOffice - it's free, in every sense of the term, and is available for most platforms. Open your image in LibreOffice Draw, and save it in ODF Format for use as an editable Draw file. Then you should be able to add annotations through the Insert>Comment menu option. ...
I would suggest you look at some of the maps here As you can see, most of the awesome maps are created using Photoshop. There is even a tutorial on using photoshop to creating an awesome 3d representaion. Here And i would have to agree with user2805 above Professionals use Photoshop and Illustrator and there are many books, tutorials, and techniques ...
I managed to piece together the MapMagical encounter Editor from my browser Java cache at the time and the google cached version of the website and copied over the results to a webpage. I've been trying to reach Ed for years to figure out what to do with it. http://pages.infinit.net/pdclarke/mmee/ Ed, please let me know if you are ok with me leaving it up ...
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