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Puckering Time

It's now or never.
 

Ink-black Saturday

And so everyone's getting bored because of these traditions. I'm not a Catholic but I could almost feel how it was like 2000 years ago. Most establishments are closed, and I can't go anywhere. Then I suddenly had this urge to have my haircut. I checked on the nearest available barber shops. They're all closed. I was on the verge of giving up when at a sudden turn I saw an open salon. I screamed. I got out from the car and swished open the salon's door to find out that I have to queue up, but it was fine. My haircut took 45 minutes to finish. And 180 bucks.

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Adobe Photoshop. I've been hearing these words for quite a century now but I still have no idea how to use it. I checked out our desktop and I was surprised that Photoshop is installed. Maybe it was my sister who installed it since she needs to learn it badly; she's taking up Architecture. I fired it up and felt like the dumbest creature on Earth. I don't know how to operate the controls, much less to try something new. I attempted to edit my picture. So far it looked nice.

Adobe Photoshop CS2 (version 9.0) - is that an updated version, or am I eons away from civilization? Somebody enlighten me.
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At Sat Apr 07, 10:16:00 PM, Blogger vinch retorts...

dude, they release Adobe CS3 already. haha.

i also pay that much for a haircut. haha.

later!    



At Sun Apr 08, 07:26:00 AM, Anonymous John Dowdell retorts...

Yes, Adobe Photoshop CS2 is the current version, and yup, the first time into it can seem like flying an airplane. ;-)

A lot of it depends on what you want to do... these days many people who just want to fix their photos use a simpler version (Adobe Photoshop Elements), and there's also a web-based version coming up, which should be even easier to learn. On the other hand, scientists will soon be using Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended, which has even more menus and options. Different people need to do different things.

By the way, I hope you were kidding when you said you've heard of Adobe Photoshop for "about a century now", or else time really will have flown.... ;-)

jd/adobe    



At Sun Apr 08, 05:51:00 PM, Blogger chris retorts...

photoshop is quite easy to understand if you have the patience. hehe neways, i think 9.0 is the latest version...

nd yeah, the holy week is such a boring holiday only the reliqious celebrates.    



At Sun Apr 08, 06:21:00 PM, Blogger gerome! retorts...

whew, okei lang 'yan. hindi ko rin alam gamitin 'yun. hehe. :D

woi, you're already linked up. :D    



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