- Edit My Images
I didn't realise version 4 was out, has anyone had a chance to use it yet?
.. I noticed the ad whilst looking in this months edition of Practical Photography.Steve said:I didn't realise that Elements 4 was out either, they seem to be pushing PhotoshopCS everywhere I look so that may be why it has passed me by. I use Photoshop CS now anyway so it doesn't realy interest me although Elements was, and still is I presume, a very competent image editing package and can form a great stepping stone if you want to move onto Photoshop later.
..I have the original CD so might get away with that. PS7 seems good enough at the moment though, not done much with it up until now so its a good platform to learn on..Steve said:If you have a legit serial number from one of the previous versions of PS then you can upgrade using that for a fraction of the full retail cost.
Not everyone know that so I thought I should just point it out. The process is painless too, just ring Adobe up and they ask for a serial number then your details from there.
Yep my thoughts exactly.. have to be pretty clued up before shelling out nearly 500 notes for CS2!Steve said:There are some advancements from 7 to CS2 but its still a very complex package and more than capable of doing everything that most of us caould think off. I would certainly master (snigger) 7 before moving on unless you find something specific in CS2 that you feel would benefit.
Got mine on Friday last ... not used other any photo manip software than Nikon's own PitureProject and, as you might expect there is a lot more to it ! :dizzy:Steep said:I didn't realise version 4 was out, has anyone had a chance to use it yet?
I think that's the trick, for someone who hasn't used image editing software before it's going to be very easy to get into and use.stevannie said:my brother received it for christmas, he hasn't used anything else before, and he says its MINT!!!