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Glenn Jacobs
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      11-13-2004
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> 48-bit TIFF. Professional tools. Great documentation (see Amazon.com for
> books about PhotoShop CS). If you want to save money, look at PaintShop Pro
> 9. It has an excellent digital noise removal filter. I never liked
> stripped-down versions of good SW packages.
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> Gregor
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>>I have Photo Shop Elements 3.0. What would I gain by getting the full
>> blown version of Photo Shop?
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>> JakeInHartsel
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Thanks for the help. I think I will stick with elements 3.0 for now. It
seems to be able to do everything that I used to do in the darkroom and
several things that I never was able to master. Maybe some time in the
future the 48 bit Tiff will be handy, but I guess I had best master what I
have now. Curently I am mainly working on scanned in slides and negatives
from my chemical dependency days (photo chemicals of course I have
still to sell my darkroom equipment in order to buy a D70.
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Charlie Self
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      11-13-2004
Glenn Jacobs responds:

> I have
>still to sell my darkroom equipment in order to buy a D70.


You better have a lot of very fancy equipment and plenty of time. Darkroom
gear, IME, is a drug on the market and even in great shape seems to bring
little more than a dime on a dollar.

I sold mine a few years ago, but for far less than the Olympus C2020 I bought
cost. Far less.

Charlie Self
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      11-13-2004
You can dl a 30day tryout of Photoshop CS and compare for yourself ...
http://www.adobe.com/products/tryadobe/main.jsp

Glenn Jacobs wrote:
> I have Photo Shop Elements 3.0. What would I gain by getting the
> full
> blown version of Photo Shop?


 
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Glenn Jacobs
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      11-13-2004
On 13 Nov 2004 16:30:12 GMT, Charlie Self wrote:

> You better have a lot of very fancy equipment and plenty of time. Darkroom
> gear, IME, is a drug on the market and even in great shape seems to bring
> little more than a dime on a dollar.


Yes, but it is better than nothing.
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Aerticus
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      11-13-2004
It may be worth it for the space-lift too

Aerticus

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> On 13 Nov 2004 16:30:12 GMT, Charlie Self wrote:
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>> You better have a lot of very fancy equipment and plenty of time.
>> Darkroom
>> gear, IME, is a drug on the market and even in great shape seems to bring
>> little more than a dime on a dollar.

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> Yes, but it is better than nothing.
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Glenn Jacobs
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      11-14-2004
On Sat, 13 Nov 2004 19:22:10 GMT, Aerticus wrote:

> It may be worth it for the space-lift too
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> Aerticus


right on that account!

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