Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Confession…

 

Confession…it’s good for the heart…or the soul…maybe weightloss…can’t remember which one…

I have Photoshop and can’t do anything with it!!!

Here is my “masterpiece”…

IMG_2322 Photoshop version

 

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Picasa version

15 comments:

  1. Dear Rooster Party Participant,

    Just a reminder that this coming Friday, August 6th is the Rooster Party. I am so looking forward to seeing your post.

    Thanks for joining and I hope you have a wonderful time.

    Hugs, Barb

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  2. Not sure why they can't simplify Photoshop. I really dislike it and rarely even open that horrid program.

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  3. I'm addicted to Photoshop Elements. I called it a dumped down version - just for me! LOL!

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  4. Lovely photos! Now I am hungry for cherries! lol I hope you are having a great week!...hugs....Debbie

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  5. Beautiful pics of the cherries! And I love that chest in the previous post. I say "paint it!". All of that beautiful design will really show up in a cream paint job. Linda

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  6. We have both Photo Shop Elements and Picasa---and George uses Picasa more and I use Photo Shop Elements more.... I do like the straightening option in Picasa --but can get more overall from PSE.....

    Guess that's why there are several programs out there ---to please all of us unique individuals...

    I just heard that the TN tea parties are pushing Ramsey for Governor... I was really surprised since I know nothing about him--and never read or heard a word about him --like I have Wamp and Haslem. We already voted--so it's too late for me--but I think I was surprised that IF the Tea Party movement is REALLY for Ramsey, then why didn't they do more to promote him??? What do you know?

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. I think your doing fine with your photos.. Digital art programs arent easy to learn and do take some time. I run online psp classes quarterly to teach them to use the programs they have invested in so they can get more enjoyment from them.. every class has been filled within a day and folks go away happy to be able to use their new talent... Keep working at it and soon you'll be great..

    Sonny

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  8. I like picasa the best...... Goodness, it gets so complicated......
    Actually,..... both are really good... I'm just prejudice toward Picasa.
    Hugs!

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  9. I have Photoshop Elements, but I still find it easier to do many things in Picasa. I'll keep trying to learn Photoshop Elements, however.

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  10. I love photoshop. I want some cherries now!

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  11. I love photoshop, but am still learning the ropes too. I love cherries even more, yummy.

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  12. I have yet to figure out those apps! Beautiful cherries!
    Happy day!
    xojanis

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  13. Thank your stopping by my blog and becoming a new follower! I just bought a new camera at the end of June and have been editing my photos in Picassa. I am too cheap to buy photoshop but I heard that I can do so much more with my photos. By the way, your photos are beautiful!

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  14. Photoshop can be a big challenge to learn. I'm still muddling through it myself!

    And about your question, I got my "dead people's stuff" sign during antique week in Warrenton. There are some dealers there with the business name "Dead People's Stuff"! They sell those signs for $10 a pop. I think it's hilarious, too!

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Hugs,
    Anne

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