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  1. guchiew

    guchiew Increase your killing power.

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    Which one do you guys use to edit/touch-up pictures?
     
  2. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    photoshop 7.0
     
  3. western21cat

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    Same here... Photoshop 7.0, but the same tools that are available back in earlier versions of pshop....
     
  4. barnold999

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    I use Photoshop 6 actually... Photoshop 7.0 is too slow on my 500mhz comp lol
     
  5. Junkyard

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    What is the best way to get familiar with PS 7.0? I have toyed with it now for a couple days, and am so incredibly lost.. Dang I wish I was a bit sharper when it came to things like this... :wtc:
     
  6. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    there are a ton of books, and I just got this site in another post I have going on about photoshop... www.photoshopcafe.com
     
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    photoshop 7 and breezebrowser :)
     
  9. barnold999

    barnold999 New Member

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    Get smarter... DUH!

    Well... there are a few books out there... though I have bought TONS Of books and dont use them... I suggest "Photoshop for Dummies" to teach the basics (what each tool does) and just play around...

    Though I dont believe you need a book, really... I think just go through each tool and all the menus and play around... but whatever works for you...

    The dummies series is always nice.
     

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