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Old 03-13-2005, 08:55 PM
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Hey Jess: Thanks for your encouragement. At this point I need it. Your idea sounds great. It would be great to have tutorials which can be switched to be used with both languages..LOL programs. Having the list you suggest would be WONDERFUL...I love working with pictures and want to learn all I can..also remember I m a senior citizen and my learning curve is slower now.. But My spirit is young..and it will perservere. Neb
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Old 03-13-2005, 09:20 PM
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The PSP User Group has free online classes and tutorials here:
http://www.pspug.org/edu/edu.shtml

http://www.pspug.org/tut/tut8eff.shtml

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Some links to other tutorials on PSP8 that look promising can be found here:

http://www.putertutor.net/paint/psp8.htm

Here's one on layers (it's a link from the above page)
http://www.jpkabala.com/paranormal/layers.html

Here's a quote from the above tutorial (it's a good one for all of us to remember):
"There's a lot of information here, and the sheer volume can be a little intimidating.

Don't let it get to you. If you can cook a simple meal, drive a car, change a tire or do the laundry, you can do this.

Actually, if you managed to get dressed this morning you already did something a whole lot harder than using layers. The only difference is that you've had a lot more years of practice with buttons and shoelaces than with graphics software."


Ones you might want to start with before going on to more advanced tutorials --

http://www.designsbyjoy.net/Starting...Basicinfo1.htm
http://www.designsbyjoy.net/Starting-n-PSP/new2psp.htm

http://psptoybox.com/Newbieville8/prefs8.html
http://psptoybox.com/Newbieville8/8overview.htm


http://www.designsbyjoy.net/Starting-n-PSP/one.htm


http://jpkabala.com/paranormal/

http://jpkabala.com/paranormal/retouch1.html -- scratch removal

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Old 03-13-2005, 10:11 PM
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Comparison of PS Elements (2) PSP8, and PShop

An older comparison of photo editing software by PC Magazine (Sept. 2003)

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1217067,00.asp - PC Editor's Pick - Photoshop Elements (V2)

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1213618,00.asp -- PSP8
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Old 03-13-2005, 10:27 PM
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Wow!!

Thanks CJ!! I will check out those links tomorrow to see if they help with my list. I've seen this as being a problem for PSP users coming here and having a hard time with most of us using photoshop. I like the quote of information and volume being intimidating, because I just said that in my formal introduction in the Salon forum under New Members Intros. I feel like we need to bridge the gap betwen the two programs, and from what I see it's not that hard, just a matter of language like Neb says.
Jessy
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Old 03-14-2005, 12:02 AM
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Intro to PSP 8 -- overview of interface
http://www.graphicallusions.com/tuto.../surkit01.html

One person's view of PSP and Photoshop:
http://edhiker.home.comcast.net/Photoshop_or_PSP.htm

I'm trying to hunt down some webpages that show the different names for similar commands in both programs, but I haven't been successful yet.

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