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    Quote Originally Posted by enivre
    Yups you are right.. but I got lazy after a while...
    Hahaha.. okie.. but you proved your point..

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda
    I thought photography is capturing things as we see it not changing things.
    http://singaporephoto.blogspot.com
    Quote Originally Posted by enivre
    That depends on where you stand in terms of photography I suppose...
    Photography to me is only a 'means' of producing an image that is 'beautiful'. Of course 'beautiful' is too subjective to discuss here.

    It is by no means just a 'documentary' or 'recording' tool..
    So you see, to me, nothing is 'untouchable', or 'unretouchable'..

    Purish will have something to say abt this I'm sure, but then, they probably won't visit this thread or stand this thread title anyway..LOL

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    The second one like kena "burnt"

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    Default Re: The Power of Photoshop CS, a personal experience.

    Quote Originally Posted by germ_boi
    Heys.

    I cannot see your photos. Care to try again?
    it's before: a box with red cross.

    after: another box with red cross.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lsisaxon
    GIMP is free.

    Windows version
    http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/

    Other versions
    http://www.gimp.org/
    thank you...

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