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I hate going from being an expert in one program to almost a beginner in another but I got through the first trial without my head exploding. Count that as a plus. :-D
11-18-2008, 03:40 PM
I too have just got myself CS4 so I will be looking to you for some tutorials lol
11-18-2008, 08:55 PM
Well I know there are ways to do that lol lol just never figured out what to do with them later. Wild colors.
11-19-2008, 03:38 AM
Is CS4 Really that different? I currently have CS2, but CS4 is in the mail... I really hope I don't have to relearn everything that I already know...
11-19-2008, 01:46 PM
Klown, I have gone up from CS2 to CS4 extended and I think it's a whole relearn but there again I am not that bright :roll: and as yet I cannot find any books on the markets to help me, I just sit in front of the computer wondering what to do
11-19-2008, 02:24 PM
The book I find most helpful for PS upgrades is Ben Willmore's Photoshop CS4: Up to Speed:
The CS3 version is also available:
These are the textbooks my local junior college uses for their upgrade classes. He covers nothing but the new stuff in that upgrade. For a broader overview of Photoshop, I recommend his Photoshop __ Studio Techniques. (fill in your version).
11-19-2008, 04:10 PM
Thanks for that info Bruce, much appreciated I have ordered Up to Speed this evening
11-22-2008, 07:43 PM
Jim, I applaud you for learning newer stuff. I'm very bad about wanting to change the way I do things and unless really pressed into it, or find myself with a whole bunch of free time on my hands, I just rarely make myself push the envelope. I need to, but it's hard! Kudos to you, nice job on this one.
Going from PaintShop Pro to PSCS4 is a relearn but Most of the problem is trying to find the keystrokes to do what I know the program will do.
This type of work will, I think, be good poster material when I get my store up and going. I am trying not to put myself in a small nitch as my situation does not call for me to make a full time job to support myself although to make any money at all requires planning and study so as to maximize my work income ratio. :-)
Thanks for the interest shown. It is much appreciated.
I'll be home in a couple three or four days off this dial up connection.
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