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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   13 years ago

This forum is for the discussion of Adobe Photoshop. Also, if there are other Adobe products you'd like to discuss, you may do so here.

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Cindy Rogers 
11 years ago
I use Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and am scanning pretty good quality 35m photos but when printing on Epson stylus RX680 I get lots of spotty graininess that isn't on original what can I do to avoid this. Read More...
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11 years ago
Hi, Richard.

I have a number of old VHS that I converted to DVD, some personal, some old TV programmes. The quality of the DVD versions is very good, but you can tell (from the slight "grain" and plasticky halos) that these were once on VHS. Read More...
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12 years ago
want to learn how to make cd out of pictures thank you
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12 years ago

I have Photoshop version 7.0 and I would like to transfer a scanning image from Photoshop to a PDF file via email. How can I do it?

Best regards,


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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Scott, Dreamweaver is on my list. First I need to finish the Office 2007 tutorials and some other Web Design classes (Expression Web, HTML, JavaScript). Then, we'll see. I probably won't get to Dreamweaver until at least Spring 2009, to be honest.
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13 years ago
Are you thinking about having a training CD for Adobe dreamweaver ?
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
Selena, for slide shows, I would really recommend PowerPoint over Photoshop. You would use Photoshop to edit or cleanup the pictures that you put in a PowerPoint presentation. As far as a MOVIE goes, there are programs you can use to convert PowerPoint presentations into movies. See:
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adobe photoshop elements 6 Upload Images   Link 
13 years ago
is there any training about putting a slideshow together or techniques, tips etc...more like movie making or putting pic together as a movie or slideshow
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13 years ago
I have Elements 2 and 3 but I do not care for  elements 3 as it seems to be
intended more for photographers.
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Richard Rost 
13 years ago
So share your Photoshop stories... what are some of the most creative ways you've used Photoshop? If you'd like to include a link to any pictures you've made, feel free to do so.
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