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Holy Crap, was watching this video and it may almost be enough to make me buy the newest Photoshop when it comes out. I know I certainly won't be looking for it on a torrent site, cause that would be bad.....[}]

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My gf is beta testing it as we speak! Woohoo!
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Unbelievable.

This type of software, in the hands of a 10yr old photographer, could easily produce professional quality photos.



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OMG !!! I want it !!! And I want it NOW !!!

This is what I presently do with CS4, with most all my shots, but it take friggin' hours !!!

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Holy sh*t.
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Tell me something, is good photography getting much simpler? Or is it just me? Photographers will be a dime a dozen.



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Don't go there Chris !!!

"Good photography" has nothing to do with the software you use to "process it" !!!

Photography is A.R.T...

I just ordered CS5 (thanks Marc for the heads up) !!!

End of discussion... For me...
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Very impressive; fast and easy and complete.

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Don't go there Chris !!!

"Good photography" has nothing to do with the software you use to "process it" !!!

Photography is A.R.T...

I just ordered CS5 (thanks Marc for the heads up) !!!

End of discussion... For me...

Well it seems to me like the world will become even more saturated with premium photos. Of course you can never have enough nice photos. I realize someone has to be at the right place at the right time to press the button. But the processing part of things can be done in a "snap". A simple click and a snap!



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The difference between this:



and this:



represents about 4 hrs work...

The way I finally "liked" it was like this:



Now that's the way I liked it, and it couldn't be done without Photoshop or Topaz...

The full sized version of it is here:

If you don't like it, then fine... I do... and (to me) that's all that counts... *wink*... ;o)

But if you drive by this place 3 times a day, and you don't stop, and take the back road, and wait till the Sun is in the right spot, then you'll never get it, with or without Photoshop...

OK... really is the end of discussion for me, 'cos I have to hit the hot tub with a Scotch on the rocks (which is also the way I like it)... LOL !!!

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The difference between this:



and this:



represents about 4 hrs work...

The way I finally "liked" it was like this:



Now that's the way I liked it, and it couldn't be done without Photoshop or Topaz...

The full sized version of it is here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chillij...74011/sizes/o/

If you don't like it, then fine... I do... and (to me) that's all that counts... *wink*... ;o)

But if you drive by this place 3 times a day, and you don't stop, and take the back road, and wait till the Sun is in the right spot, then you'll never get it, with or without Photoshop...

OK... really is the end of discussion for me, 'cos I have to hit the hot tub with a Scotch on the rocks (which is also the way I like it)... LOL !!!

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Too much blue on the mountains but the rest is awesome.
Great pic Rick.

Wow, if it works the way they show now I will have to go back and fix tons of pictures.
Sigh, more work but at least it should be faster.
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Tell me something, is good photography getting much simpler? Or is it just me? Photographers will be a dime a dozen.
I think only time will tell. Right now, way over edited images are in style. Hopefully we will revert a bit because people are killing the high pass filter. High passing will be like what cross processing is now, tacky.

but yeah it is easier, darks rooms get to you after a while. Especially when the chemicals wreck all your cloths and start to eat through your hands.

I still like film, then I barely have to do anything on the computer. And it always looks better, at least for what I shoot.
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Jebus.

That pano fill in is incredible. No more massive cropping for me!

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Awesome program,it' easy ,it's better
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