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09 Apr 2013   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bumpkin View Post
Since you have PhotoShop CS6 and have to ask about altering a photo, I suggest getting a book with tutorials for using CS6. Even your local library should have Photoshop "how to" books". Even books for older versions Photoshop will get you started.

PhotoShop is a very powerful application and would be very hard to learn what it can do without instruction.
I learned photoshop entirely in SevenForums. From zero knowledge to toady what the level may be.... my fellow members may judge it.

Just want to say.... if I can, anybody can. It is not that hard that it is thought to be.



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09 Apr 2013   #12

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bumpkin View Post
Since you have PhotoShop CS6 and have to ask about altering a photo, I suggest getting a book with tutorials for using CS6. Even your local library should have Photoshop "how to" books". Even books for older versions Photoshop will get you started.

PhotoShop is a very powerful application and would be very hard to learn what it can do without instruction.
I learned photoshop entirely in SevenForums. From zero knowledge to toady what the level may be.... my fellow members may judge it.

Just want to say.... if I can, anybody can. It is not that hard that it is thought to be.
I still stand by my first post. The advice to use the Spot Healing brush or the Content Aware move tool is sound advice, but most new users would have trouble finding the proper tool, much less how to use it. Newbees even have trouble understanding layers.

I spent many years correcting and changing hi-rez drum scanner files for ad agency's. My employer would send me to Photoshop seminars every year, and I always learned new ways to do things.

I've found Photoshop Elements does everything I need to do now days, no need to spend the big $$$ for the CS versions. When I need to use LAB color mode or convert a file to CMYK, I use a really old version of Photoshop 4 I keep handy.
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09 Apr 2013   #13
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Well we'll still offer advice which will be easier to understand than wading through a lot of book, if that is OK with you Bumpkin. Since you have so much PS training, why not give some real help rather than criticizing those of us who do try to help?
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09 Apr 2013   #14

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a good learning source is adobe tv. And try the help files in cs6 especially on spot healing, content aware and clone tools, as these are more than likely the best way to go.
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09 Apr 2013   #15

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30 View Post
Well we'll still offer advice which will be easier to understand than wading through a lot of book, if that is OK with you Bumpkin. Since you have so much PS training, why not give some real help rather than criticizing those of us who do try to help?
Jeezz, now who is criticizing who?

I was only trying to help the OP get started using Photoshop.

I'm out of here!
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09 Apr 2013   #16
Arc

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OK gentlemen ... let us stop it here?
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09 Apr 2013   #17

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You will learn hell of alot from a "good" book on PS and LR, but what one person says good isnt necessary someone elses
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10 Apr 2013   #18

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There are also lots of good tutorials on YouTube.
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10 Apr 2013   #19
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