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Heidi   Featured in Digital Darkroom #025
 
 
Nonja  Karns
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member since: 3/29/2005
    Jeff, I have the same camera. I am really new to all of this, but wanting to learn. What kind of software did you use to duplicate this image??? Thanks.

3/30/2005 8:46:15 PM

 
Silverstein Images
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member since: 10/9/2004
 

The program is called Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0. I kept the original photo, and each time I made a change, I saved it as a copy with a different name. Then I copied and pasted all four copies to the same page.

3/31/2005 12:53:10 AM

 
Nonja  Karns
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member since: 3/29/2005
 

as a person new to digital photography is Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 a program for me or is there something else you would recommend to a novice??

4/1/2005 8:46:19 PM

 
Silverstein Images
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member since: 10/9/2004
 

I just got my first digital camera in August of '04, so I am a beginner too. The Photoshop program has a lot to it, but I think it's important that there is room to grow. I was frustrated with it at first. It probably took me a month or so to learn a few basic things, but now it's lots of fun. Some of the people in this BetterPhoto community are real experts in using it. I am not one of them, but I do use it frequently for those few basic things. I also like knowing that I can expand my horizons with it. A friend of mine who is a much more experience photographer says, "Just think of what you want to do, and you can bet that Photoshop will have a way to do it." I highly recommend the program.

4/1/2005 10:12:31 PM

 
Nonja  Karns
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member since: 3/29/2005
 

Thanks for the advice...okay and now for another question...not to sound totally naive, but did you buy the photoshop program or download? and how can I get it????

4/1/2005 11:25:39 PM

 
Silverstein Images
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member since: 10/9/2004
 

I bought my copy at an electronics store. It is a popular program, so you can probably get it just about anywhere that software is sold. Or you can buy it online. Here is a link to where Amazon sells it (copy and paste to the address bar):
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B0002UDM2Q/qid=1112444677/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1_etk-software/102-4266944-3022545?v=glance&s=software&n=229534

Good luck!

4/2/2005 4:24:15 AM

 
Sandy 

member since: 7/26/2004
 

Jeff I also have this same camera,first I'd like to say it's nice to see users of this camera posted we see very little of from it.I looked at your gallery pictures and you have some very good pictures.I like the effects you have appied to some of them.Keep up the good work.The Kodak 7590 needs more recognition.
Sandy

4/11/2005 6:49:33 AM

 
Silverstein Images
BetterPhoto Member

member since: 10/9/2004
 

I agree, Sandy. This is a great camera for those of us who are just getting started. It has many of the functions and controls associated with SLR's, has a terrific zoom, good pixel-power, and is priced in a way that we don't have to invest in an SLR until we are ready. Thanks for the kind words about my photos.

4/11/2005 7:40:00 AM

 
Michelle R. Kovach
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member since: 3/4/2004
 

Congratulations on being featured in the digital darkroom newsletter! Have a great day!
Michelle

4/11/2005 6:14:59 PM

 
Silverstein Images
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member since: 10/9/2004
 

Thank you, Michelle! I didn't realize it was in there until you pointed it out to me. I think I WILL have a great day! Thanks!

4/12/2005 10:15:47 AM

 
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