Just remember to acknowledge what you have tweaked...
(oh yeah me and KNG went for a Photoshop lesson organized by a fellow clubsnapper. learnt hell of alot.)
p/s i am a colour/software system analyst for commercial colour printing. Feel free to PM me if you guys want to know more about colour management systems and colour related stuff or digital laser printing.
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For new postings, could the person do a short writeup (one sentence or two) on what the link is about, instead of giving generic titles like "interesting Trivia", "Good for Newbies", etc? Indicate it in the title too, so that we know what info lies ahead...
Waisj, for the photoshop postings, do indicate what technique as well in the link, eg "sharpening", "exposure compensation", etc.