Photoshop

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by voodoocat, Mar 2, 2004.

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    Sorry folks. Someone had double posted and instead of deleting the duplicate post, I deleted the thread. My bad.
     
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    original posting was as follows in case anyone wants to continue...

     
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    :angry1: :spank:

    Actually, I think its pretty funny! :lol:

    Moderators make mistakes too! :wink:
     
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    i did actually laugh out loud when i read your post! :lol: :lol: 8)
     
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    Some moderators are here to help the board, others are obviously here for some comic relief ;)
     
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    go, cat, go! :band:
     
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    All he needed was appropriate inspiration.... :lmao:
     
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    :lol: Back to the original thread....

    I agree that starting with Elements to learn some of the basics before you jump to PS7 or PSCS is a good idea. Elements is a little more intuitive and you have fewer confusion factors to deal with. Photoshop has a big learning curve. If you don't know anything about especially Adobe photo editing tools and techniques, Photoshop can be very intimidating. It is, however, the most flexible and powerful Photo and Graphics editing software out there, it's just not real intuitive or user-friendly.

    By the way, I'm running Photoshop CS with no issues or problems whatsoever. One word of advice though. Before you buy and install Photoshop CS, read the System Requirements carefully and make sure your system meets or exceeds those requirements. They aren't kidding and it's not just "suggestions". Photoshop CS is a resource hog. However, if your system can handle it, it is an unbeatable piece of software.
     

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