silvershoes

silvershoes

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  • No, users got mad because Adobe strenuously pushed the CS6 upgrade "to maintain upgrade eligibility" and then introduced the subscription model almost immediately. So they got a nice windfall from ...
  • I agree on both counts. Yes you can resize with PS, but even with all the options it doesn't do as good a job as Perfect Resize. Especially when enlarging an image. I've used it on crappy little ...
  • The "best" is in the eye of the beholder, but for me the best book was Professional Photoshop by Dan Margulies. There are lots of free videos on the internet, but many have you making more of a ...
  • Replied in Are you so sure?
    Ah but it does in the end, just as it did for PS users. Like the old saying goes, "Those who don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it." Technically my perpetual license to CS6 is still ...
  • Did you even bother to read the Adobe post?
  • Yep. There are already a number of threads on here on this subject; I suggest you read further.
  • It is. I frequently reprocess images from that timeframe. The printer could care less what camera was used - it accepts the photo from CS6. But no matter what camera is used, the same basic ...
  • That's not sarcasm. That's a simple statement of fact with maybe a little frustration thrown in. ;) That sense of entitlement is how you spot a newbie who won't get very far in graphics or even ...
  • I read no sarcasm in the reply - just a simple statement of fact. And if anyone needs to be more gracious it's you. You asked a question without expending any effort, you got an answer complete ...
  • It would need to be redrawn. Trace would create way too many nodes and cause problems. But the request is way too vague at this point to mess with. Jagged or smooth, colors or black and white, and ...
  • That was a little snarky, don't you think? But since you phrased it that way, do you let your grandkids run wild at every social gathering you take them to, or do you try to teach them some social ...
  • This takes me back to the film days. :) Scanning is actually an art, for many people who started in the digital age a lost art. The trick is to correct during the scan process itself, not to run ...
  • I'm curious, why do newbies to a group want to change things they obviously don't understand? Retouching isn't the same as post processing, Dave. It has a larger scope. Likewise, film was developed ...
  • No idea, frankly. The only plugin I have that you list is NoiseNinja, and it shows up fine in PS CS6 64. You mention they are all "64 bit compliant." In the case of NN, it's more than that - you ...
  • You're right. It's a question of degree. Some people go over the top with filters and colors (and more), and that raises a red flag to the viewer. Others try to recreate nuances their eyes saw that ...
  • No. You've always had the ability to make changes to RAWs in a RAW processor, going back for a good 10 years or more. You've always had the ability to save those changes to XML files, at least with ...
  • This has nothing to do with PS and everything to do with your operating system. Go into your Control Panel and choose Default Programs (for later versions) or Folder Options (for older versions). ...
  • Is it really "old school" to know what you're doing instead of relying on automation? I suggest you take anything that "someone" says with a big grain of salt. Modern RAW converters are better than ...
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