Cheap (or free, but I'm not running anything cracked or abusing non-crippling trial periods), at least reasonably capable. No major editing or modifications, just something I might tart images up a bit with.
Both guitars will have a black headstock.
If you kind of squint your eyes it makes the photoshop look a little bit less bad.
Also imagine it having a scalloped neck (although that wouldn't really be visible from this angle)
Here's the story:
I actually have photoshop, but have yet to install it on my new computer. I just moved across the country, and now I can't find my disk :(. I've heard of some other programs that are pretty good, and free, but I don't remember any of them.
Hi. Any of you guys knows how to recreate this pattern on Photoshop or other graphic editing program?
I want to do Skins in the Jackson Swirl style but I'm going crazy trying
to replicate this.
So, I took this picture in India, and I kind of want to frame it since we have available wall space.
Problem is, it's a little overexposed in the foreground:
I want to see if I have a bigger copy somewhere (I think I still have the original on a CDR) but does anyone think they can work some...
One of the things I don't care for with PS is that it doesn't have a normal (well, normal, for most programs) workspace background - eg: You can see the desktop below it.
Is there a way to turn on a workspace background, to basically contain PS in it's own window, so it's not transparent...
Apple - Aperture - Pro performance with iPhoto simplicity.
Apple - Aperture - What's new in Aperture 3.
It was just last week that I looked into Aperture 2 to see what it can offer me and I decided that it could offer me nothing that I wanted. Aperture 3 on the other hand seems to be a step...
Well, since I only actually started using Photoshop last Saturday, I don't think they're too bad :lol: I'll show before and afters.
Any comments would be appreciated or where you think I could improve :)