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It is a great program...but...(m) (archive)

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Posted by Brian C. on September 27, 2001 at 16:24:02:

In Reply to: Photoshop????? posted by phatboy on September 26, 2001 at 21:39:05: takes awhile before you get halfway good at it. A new, full version (6.0) will cost you $300-400, but there is a shorter, less intense version, (XP or something like that) that goes for around $100. If you're into digital photography, or web graphics, or just like to play around it is soooo cool! It does stuff in a few minutes that would have taken a professional photo retoucher days to do, just a couple of years ago. I did this to my car in about 15 mins.
'95 525ia

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