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Old 10-30-2002, 09:54 AM
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Marlene DeGrood Marlene DeGrood is offline
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In 6 years you've certainly come a long way. You're work is wonderful and your knowledge of Photoshop shines in your images.

My first digital camera was the Nikon Coolpix 950, before that I did the scanning thing. A little over a year ago I bought an Olympus E-10.

In my, winter, spare time....ha ha....I teach digital photography & Photoshop classes. I, personally, am still learning Photoshop, even after many years of study. Thanks to talented folks such as yourself, the learning process has speeded up and become even more fun.

Always looking forward to your image posts.

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Old 10-30-2002, 04:24 PM
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Thank you. You have made my day. I still feel like such a novice with the camera and Photoshop. Everyday and every image is a learning experience. The people here have taught me a lot. This is a great place.
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Old 02-04-2005, 09:58 AM
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Really Impressed

Hi everyone.
I just joined this forum last month and I am very impressed with all the material and information on it.
I am 77 years old and just started using Photoshop about a year ago.
It was after my wife died and I needed something to keep my mind active and fill my time in.
I went onto your website Lynda and those images are terrific, you must be a world traveller!
I was really impressed by your Photoart section, would you mind letting me know if they were done in Photoshop or did you use special software like PhotoArtMaster?
I have been experimenting with the Buzz Pro plug-in for photoshop, but it seems to have a pretty steep learning curve.
My working life was spent sailing around the world as I was a merchant seaman, I very much regret not being into photography in those days.
Anyhow I think you are a nice bunch of people on this site and long may you carry on.
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