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Best photoshop to have?

AudiLad Feb 28, 2008

  1. AudiLad

    AudiLad Member

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    im in the middle of downloading adobe CS3 currently,what are the best and most straight forward to use,ive never used photoshop before
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  2. technics100

    technics100 Member

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    If you have never used photoshop before you might be better using photoshop elements, its a lot easier to use and will do all you need.
     
  3. S3IZZO

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    Depends what you are looking to do with it - you need CS2+ to handle RAW image files etc if you're a keen photographer.

    If you don't know the program that well i'd say stick with CS3 and learn how to use that, i've been using it since version 5 or 6 and when CS came out I struggled and thought it was overly complex but soon got the hang of it again.
     
  4. celsisone

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    Use the newest version you can.. CS3 is excellent..
     
  5. sitrials

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    if you need any help with photoshopping cars check out digimods.co.uk there bible is awesome most thing should be relevant for CS3 i use CS2
     
  6. Merlyn

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    As a amateur "Tog" I suggest you visit Amazon and get yourself a couple of manuals and do some serious reading, if you haven't used it before it will pop your head!:p
     
  7. jakeriddler

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    CS2 is excellent but not drastically different to the previous versions if you just want to mock up car styling.
     
  8. jbw

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    All depends on the system you're running it on. Every new version of Photoshop seems to require a more powerful system. I used version 7 for years even when CS2 had been released.

    I second technics100's advice of starting off with elements. It should help ease the learning curve.
     

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