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5/3/04 8:34 PM
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Spidermoore
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I don't have Photoshop at all, plus it is just too damn expensive to buy (and I don't pirate software), so does anyone know if Photoshop Elements 2.0 is decent enough? I currently have Corel Draw 9. Would PS E 2.0 be an upgrade or a downgrade?
5/5/04 7:11 PM
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Spidermoore
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No comments from anyone? Has anyone used Photoshop Elements at all?
5/6/04 1:38 AM
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colby
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I've seen some people do good romoshops with Elements, if thats what you're looking to do.
5/6/04 10:28 AM
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Ha... well while I may or may not do some Romoshops with Elements, it will not be the main reason I'd get it. The main reason is because I'd like to be able to go through tutorials and at least be on the same page as with the terminology, and to be able to go through them step by step. I really like WhorelDraw but most of the free info out there is on Romoshop.
5/6/04 12:50 PM
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cajones... have you got a stuttering problem?
5/8/04 9:04 PM
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I would recommend Paint Shop Pro. It has most of the features of Photoshop for a small fraction of the price. Mainly, it doesn't have all the filters that PS has.
7/13/04 11:27 AM
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Spidermoore
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Hmmm... I already have Corel Draw/Photopaint 9 though. I was just thinking I might want to switch to a version of Photoshop so I can get familiar with it and use all those wonderfull Photoshop tutorials out there on the Web. If I got Paint Shop Pro I would be in the same boat of having to "translate" those tutorials to Paintshop tools/terminology wouldn't I? I might as well stick with CD9 in that case shouldn't I?
8/24/04 12:48 AM
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Chris Palmquist
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8/26/04 6:57 PM
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Ha! Spidey don't do that Palm. It is so easy to do though...
10/14/04 2:52 PM
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On a related note. Corel just announced that they have bought JASC so Paintshop Pro is now a Corel product. I wonder what Corel will do with Photopaint. Was PSP better than PP?

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