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Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by jsws3, Dec 17, 2010.

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    where can i get a copy of photoshop as i would like a play with some of the pictures iv got of my s3 ?
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    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    From Adobe, Its around £500 IIRC
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    ^^^^
    Im guessing that wasnt the answer he wanted
    But "requests" such as that are never going to get discussed fully on a public forum??
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    Silly me any body with any answers could pm me ?
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    download it, ummm not that i have or anything but i once heard that it was easy to download from mini-nova via utorrent.

    my mate gets me all my stuff. ;P
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    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics

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    There are other free version of a similar software out there.

    Check out download.com for free versions of photoshoping software.
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    download from adobe then torrent the serial :)
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    The Gimp is an open source (free) product with lots of features, but if you want to use Adobe, Photoshop Elements 9 does everything that most people need (more than the 'full-fat' version did a few updates back!) for £60 or so and all the files are compatable.

    You can download any of the Adobe software from their site on a 30 day trial, and then buy a copy to obvtain the serial.
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