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Bob and me got ours this week....HELP....I aint got a clue how to use it, any tips anyone?
Let me know what you want to do. I'm no expert but got it recently, and can do some of the things i want to with it for now.mrfishjersey said:Bob and me got ours this week....HELP....I aint got a clue how to use it, any tips anyone?
No prob . . .as i said, i'm pretty new to it :aarrg: . I just found that when i wanted to dick-around & combine photo's, i needed to understand how to use the different layers, else i couldnt select the areas that i needed.Henry Gilbey said:I still only use about 10% of it, if that. And I have never, ever used a layer yet. No offence intended at all by the way Lewisman, please do not take it that way.
Just about the best author of photography software related books is a guy called Scott Kelby - he writes in a very easy to understand way. Do yourself a huge favour and order this book here, it will make your life about a hundred times easier :
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Photoshop-Eleme ... 144&sr=8-1
Get rid on ebay Mick :muttley:mrfishjersey said:Bob and me got ours this week....HELP....I aint got a clue how to use it, any tips anyone?
Mick,mrfishjersey said:I want it for making pictures out of a couple of pictures if you know what I mean, cropping an image from one and laying it on another photo. Fogging backgrounds like spot the ball, we can play spot the bass if we get it sussed etc. I will master it, I wont let it beat me, and it doesnt come with a manual its all on the programme, which is in normal words like the first page is how to switch it on then you need a masters in computer programming to read anything after that.