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  1. Posts : 22,814
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    Adobe photoshop cs4


    Oh boy; I would like to learn Photoshop but my pockets aren't that deep ...

    Adobe Photoshop CS4












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    I have never been able to get the hang of photoshop I do all my work in fireworks.
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  3. Posts : 22,814
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    Thanks John! I could deal with that price easier ...

    graphics editor | Adobe Fireworks CS4












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    Adobe Photoshop.


    You don't need CS4. The older versions are pretty cheap and unless you are a pro. you don't need all the "you beaut" stuff in CS4. Photoshop elements 6 is quite powerful, pretty cheap and although getting bit long in the tooth the previous version can be got on-line for about $35. The new version, Elements 7, is about one sixth of the price of CS4
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    Thanks Norm ... :)

    Now this is something I could get interested in; this is the latest version?

    https://store1.adobe.com/cfusion/sto...thod=FULL&nr=0










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    Bare Foot Kid said:
    Thanks Norm ... :)

    Now this is something I could get interested in; this is the latest version?
    Yes it is. However if you are going to shell out for a new program, decide exactly what you want to do. If it's web stuff and graphics the you need something like fireworks. If you want to work primarily with images and image manipulation, with some limited graphic abilities then Elements is the go.

    An quick and not very professional example of the sorts of things you can do in elements

    Adobe photoshop cs4-117650051218437059.jpg
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    Adobe photoshop cs4-3r.jpg
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    Ted if you're just going to play around try some of the free solutions out there like GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program or www.paint.net
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    I have Elements 6, it worked with XP and Vista but now with Windows7 Home Premium thinks is 32 bit is not behaving too well. Give up on organiser! Will open RAW files but after 'open file' and editing a bit more will save as .xml. Can save as TIF

    Can anybody tell me what to do.

    7 also upset my HP 4180 but after lengthywork with HP is fine now.
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    I have CS3 and Lightroom 2.5 my favorite is Lightroom 2.5
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    z3r010 said:
    Ted if you're just going to play around try some of the free solutions out there like GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program or www.paint.net
    Good suggestions. These are the two graphics apps that I need for my basic tasks. I've never been good with any graphic app...I simply don't have the artistic ability to do anything productive with them. I think paint.net is a great application for the price.

    I work with a guy who does a ton of graphics work and he swears by Paint Shop Pro. It's only about $99
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