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Thread: Using adobe photoshop?

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    Default Using adobe photoshop?

    how many of the ppl out here use photoshop ?

    Do you use photoshop for the following activities:
    a) layers, curves,filters, sharpening and other extensive image manipulation
    b) resize, cropping, adding of signature and other trivial/non invasive image manipulation

    as suggested by erm..forgot to copy the name...
    Last edited by acetylcholine; 15th March 2004 at 11:40 AM.

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    does using PS element consider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimtong
    does using PS element consider?

    of course....
    anyway this is only a poll...

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    perhaps should be phrased as:

    Do you use photoshop for the following activities:
    a) layers, curves,filters, sharpening and other extensive image manipulation
    b) resize, cropping, adding of signature and other trivial/non invasive image manipulation

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    Quote Originally Posted by loupgarou
    perhaps should be phrased as:

    Do you use photoshop for the following activities:
    a) layers, curves,filters, sharpening and other extensive image manipulation
    b) resize, cropping, adding of signature and other trivial/non invasive image manipulation
    hey thanks man....didnt think of it

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    I voted no... where to get the latest photoshop OEM? version?
    do i need to photoshop my pics?

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    Default No : Linux user.

    Photoshop is exorbitantly expensive. I use GIMP on Linux. It's very good. I use it for levels, curves, colour balance, resizing, cropping, sharpening, etc.
    http://www.gimp.org/

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    Only use it for some basic editing as i am really suck on using this software. I do most of my resizing using Nikon view software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriram
    Photoshop is exorbitantly expensive. I use GIMP on Linux. It's very good. I use it for levels, curves, colour balance, resizing, cropping, sharpening, etc.
    http://www.gimp.org/
    hmm means i'll have to get a linux box up... my 2nd hand a100 doesn't seem to come with any manipulation software...

    i believe some other models come with PS Elements at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyduck
    hmm means i'll have to get a linux box up... my 2nd hand a100 doesn't seem to come with any manipulation software...
    The GIMP is also available on Windows. It's currently at ver 2.0. See www.gimp.org

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    yah man..i use photoshop for all my photos...i think its something all digital guys should shoot unless you get what you want all the time...even so....things like borders and signatures cant be done unless you have a digital image manip software....

    its like film developing...the veterans like to do their own developing because they get wet and dirty and personal with ther works...its the same for me just that its digital....if quite ironical if we pick up a DSLR and not expedite the potential of the post production side...might as well stick to film..

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    You can buy from Hong Lim Complex 2nd floor.

    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyduck
    I voted no... where to get the latest photoshop OEM? version?
    do i need to photoshop my pics?

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    Hi KiwiTan....Does Hong Lim sell photoshop 7 (oem) for Mac Os?Thanks

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    i only know how to use irfanview v3.8. hehe.

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    Photoshop rules!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriszzz
    The GIMP is also available on Windows. It's currently at ver 2.0. See www.gimp.org
    Sadly, the Windows version seems to occasionaly crash on me. Actually under
    Linux the same, albeit much less frequently

    But, I noticed that that adjusting curves, color balance, contrast etc. in
    Gimp seems to produce results inferior to what Photoshop users seem to
    be able to achieve. I wonder whether is it because GIMP uses 8 bits for
    each primary color while Photoshop uses 16 therefore the calculation are
    more accurate, or is it me doing something wrong?

    I'd love the bad results to be my fault and someone tell me how to do it
    right, because I don't have money for Photoshop but I keep getting
    frustrated by the results I get with GIMP

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    Turbo Photo 3.6 is quite good too.

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    Help needed here!!!

    Does anyone know how to adjust pictures, which have slanted one side, using Photoshop. I seen before someone doing it, but I forgot it as I am not so into editing at that time.

    Please help here. Thanks

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    now then i realised that i only need photoshop to

    1. sharpen
    2. crop
    3. adjust exposure
    4. adjust contrast
    5. adjust colour
    6. some simple special effects

    and no more

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyline_impreza
    Help needed here!!!

    Does anyone know how to adjust pictures, which have slanted one side, using Photoshop. I seen before someone doing it, but I forgot it as I am not so into editing at that time.

    Please help here. Thanks
    - Open the picture you want to adjust.
    - From the tools menu, look for the eye dropper tool (somewhere at bottom), left click and hold. It will open another window with options, click on "measusre tool".
    - You will see a little ruler like icon with a cross. Use this to mark the horizontal or vertical line you wish to adjust as in the side of a building by holding the left mouse button and drag along the line to be adjusted. Release mouse button, you will see a line drawn.
    - Go to image > rotate canvas > arbitrary. You will see a window with the angle to be adjusted clockwise or anti clockwise. Click on 'ok'.
    - Your picture will be adjusted according to the horizontal or vertical accordingly.
    - You will need to crop your picture from here to have a proper pic.

    Hope this helps you.

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