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PRESS RELEASE: The latest from TakeGreatPictures.com
(Our friends over at TakeGreatPictures.com have some new tips up for you, this time having to do with Photoshop and some of Nik Software's tools. Here's their latest press release:)
It's not often that a brand name becomes a verb, but when it does, it shows just how much that product has become part of our lives. Take, for example, "Photoshop." Tell a friend you've Photoshopped a digital picture and they'll know you've processed (and possibly altered) it with Adobe's popular editing software.
What many people don't know is that Photoshop owes much of its enormous success to "plug-ins," smaller software applications that work within Photoshop to perform specific tasks, automate tedious operations and expand Photoshop's capabilities.
As more and more amateur photographers begin using the software, an accessible and informative resource for how to use it is essential. http://www.takegreatpictures.com.
TakeGreatPictures.com offers a whole world of photo help.
When you visit the site, you'll find Photo Tips and Techniques from Master Photographers; the latest news on new products, events and artists; photo contests; reviews of photography books for your coffee table; columns on digital photography, taking a digital picture and scrapbooking; a calendar of photogenic events and destinations throughout the world; and a place to share your own images with others.
TakeGreatPictures.com helps you take great pictures. Visit soon!
(First posted on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 15:45 EDT)