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1Photoshop CS4 Empty Photoshop CS4 on Fri Jan 30, 2009 5:33 am

Hi fellow snappers,

I am an avid user of CS3 for raw conversions from my Canon 40D and thereafter "managing" my images for both printing fir camera club competitions and KCPA exhibitions and for national (BPE) digital exhibitions.

I have a trial version of CS4 but for camera club and exhibition work I cannot see/find any advantages over CS3. The raw converter has adjustment brushes/gradients but I can do all this in CS3 with better/finer control.

Am I alone in thinking this upgrade is mainly aimed at graphic artists/photographers in industry?

I prefer CS3's image display where I can right click on the title bar for file info, image resizing and canvas sizing.

What "must have" things am I missing in CS4? Comments please!

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2Photoshop CS4 Empty Re: Photoshop CS4 on Mon Mar 01, 2010 6:01 am

Hi Snapper,
I,m new to the site and was looking through some of the entries and noticed yours.

You ask about the differences between CS3 and CS4, There are in fact so many that listing them here would take forever. I suggest that you have a look through the videos listed at
http://www.jkost.com/photoshop.html
Here there are a number of videos that take you through the differences in detail, some you will need the lastest video cards and drivers to appreciate them, others are available no matter what you have. The ones I use and appriciate most are

1) The extra zoom ability without pixelating and flicking the image around on the screen (great fun)
2) The ability to see in the cursor exactly what you are about to clone etc.
3) The "tab" layout.
4) The single adjustment pallette for all tools
5) The "workflow" arrangements within the programme.... and so much more.

Watch the videos and see for yourself.... Then give yourself time to learn them all.. Laughing Laughing

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