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Anyone using Photoshop?

Posted by rosessecretgarden (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 8, 10 at 7:48

So friends!
Is there anyone who is using Photoshop for the purpose? I mean have ever designed any card or anything else in photoshop. its considered best now a day?


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RE: Anyone using Photoshop?

Photoshop is a high end professional software that alot of people consider too complicated. And it can be. A good resource for learning that I've found is Lynda.com - but Adobe has improved Photoshop Elements so much that it is almost as powerful and doesn't have the same learning curve that Photoshop does. Plus it's much cheaper. Your talking a max of $99 vs. $2-$300 (with student discount) for Photoshop CS5. Unless you are a high end photographer or graphic designer, Photoshop elements or some of the other similar softwares for the home user will do a great job for you. I've been learning all the Adobe softwares for the last year because I use them at work professionally. But if I were just a home user, I wouldn't even bother. Especially Photoshop. It's complicated. More for photographers, I think. But that's my personal opinion. It really depends on your desire to learn and what types of projects you want to do! Good luck.


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RE: Anyone using Photoshop?

I agree with Craftinkk. I own both Elements and Photoshop as part of the Creative Suite. I'm just an average home user. Photoshop and the Creative Suite can be a brain bender. If I were going to use them much I'd need to take classes. Elements is much easier to use.


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RE: Anyone using Photoshop?

I was still in research how to use!


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RE: Anyone using Photoshop?

I don't use the real photoshop, but I do upload my pictures on picture editing sites to enhance the look as if were taken on a professional camera.


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RE: Anyone using Photoshop?

I have Photoshop and I merely use it as part of my hobby. I enjoy editing photos and other stuff. I didn't know how to use it at first but I insisted on learning from online tutorials.


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