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Discussion in 'Skinning, Design and Graphics' started by Kaiser, Nov 15, 2010.
I use CS3. I have used CS5 briefly and it is really fantastic. I would highly recommend it.
I would update, but I have no use for PS, as I dont know how to use it. Would like to learn though.
i used cs3, for the simple eidting that i need to do, it sufficient (I don't know much about graphics).
I don't have photoshop but my friend uses CS4.
I've been using Cs5 though I like them all!
I use Photoshop CS5. It works well.
CS5, my school gives out licenses for them since they get deals with Adobe
Wow, are you serious... thats awesome.
They buy them in bulk and they've got a deal with adobe, but the bad thing is you only get one key with one use, so once you've installed it thats it, if you format then you've got to buy another key from the school
Thats still better than nothing..
I'm using Photoshop CS4 and switched over to it from PS7 about a year or so ago. I was the biggest PS7 groupie for a long time.
I personally used to use CS4 and when CS5 came out I switched to it.
I like it more, sure the truth is there isn't a lot of difference between CS4 and CS5 but still those little details and extra options make it worthwhile for me.
And Kaiser if you want to start in Photoshop you can start by just fooling around making a few signatures for forum users or yourself.
In no time you will get to know all the tools and some basic techniques in Photoshop.
Later if you want you can just find more advanced tutorials on the net.
Thanks... I have plans for learning just too busy to actually start.
I use CS5. I'm not great at graphics but I'm learning . And I've never used GIMP or other graphics programs, never really thought of moving away from Photoshop, its seems so powerful.
Yea I have Photoshop as well, its the best software to use for learning Graphics. GIMP is okay.
As a free option GIMP is pretty good but then again internet is big and there are a lot of options to make stuff free.
The only thing I find hard is getting used to the new user interface.
That annoys me the most.
Use the internet to search for tutorials on how to get "the best" from your programs (ie features which aren't well know etc).
All CS can make "awesome" works. But CS5 has many better features. Anyway I used CS5.