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Hey, Photo-art newbie: Rate the Photo-art forum

View Poll Results: Those new (or fairly new) to the Photo Art Forum: How useful is THIS 'Best of' Forum?
Very, very valuable 79 49.69%
Very valuable / useful 52 32.70%
Valuable / useful 22 13.84%
Somewhat valuable / useful 2 1.26%
Limited value / usefulness 3 1.89%
Sorry, but I did not find it useful at all. 1 0.63%
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Old 04-14-2007, 10:34 PM
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re: Hey, Photo-art newbie: Rate the Photo-art forum

I think this is a great place for eveyone...not just the newbie, the experienced person as well. It is very informative and useful.

I have really only had a quick look at most of the forum but there is one post which I am following now that is really helping me to dvelop my skills as a photo artist.

Thank you DannyRaphael and everyone else who has shown their skills in this forum. I can't wait to learn more and develop my own.
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Old 02-11-2008, 08:00 AM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie? (Yeah, you!) How Useful

This whole place is quite simply, "the nuts!". I especially like the sort of sub parts of each category that list resources and useful hints and tips - it's kept me amused for a few months now and also encouraged me to do more and more things.

Thanks everyone for making this such a brill place.

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Old 02-12-2008, 10:16 AM
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This whole place is quite simply, "the nuts!". I especially like the sort of sub parts of each category that list resources and useful hints and tips - it's kept me amused for a few months now and also encouraged me to do more and more things.

Thanks everyone for making this such a brill place.

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Thanks for your kind words. Glad you're enjoying yourself.

This is indeed a fun place to learn thanks to many talented people who enjoy helping and inspiring others. Now you're among us.
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Old 02-12-2008, 10:37 AM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie? (Yeah, you!) How Useful

I find this forum extremely useful, and have it one my bookmarks toolbar so I can keep checking it. I know I don't post much, but I read a lot! I do photo repair, rather than glamour retouching, and often find the answer to problems I'm having. I've bookmarked quite a few of the threads in my 'techniques' folder. Just this week, I had to change a car from white to black and it just wasn't working. I found the answer in a thread about changing the colour of boots.

I really ought to post more!
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Old 01-19-2009, 10:19 PM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie? (Yeah, you!) How Useful

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this is jamesbrosnan
I am new to this site but I heard about it by some one. I think this site most useful for every one, and have it one my bookmarks toolbar, so I can keep checking it. It is very informative useful.
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Old 01-20-2009, 12:00 AM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie? (Yeah, you!) How Useful

I've found this place extremely useful for advancing my ability with Photoshop.

The creative interpretation threads are really fun.

I'm still exploring the 'Mother of All Actions' thread. Every once in awhile I search on something I'm interested in - like, sharpening or channel masking and it takes me a while to go through every thing useful I find.
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Old 01-05-2010, 04:35 PM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie? (Yeah, you!) How Useful

I'm new to the site but have been learning photo art techniques for a year or so. And still have found new ones here! So much to explore and experiment with. Totally love all the photos posted for play.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.
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Old 01-05-2010, 09:48 PM
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I'm new to the site but have been learning photo art techniques for a year or so. And still have found new ones here! So much to explore and experiment with. Totally love all the photos posted for play.

Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Welcome to RP, Tennie. Glad you found us.

I see you have jumped into several threads already... that's terrific.

Keep having fun.
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Old 02-25-2010, 09:57 AM
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Re: Hey, Photo-art newbie: Rate the Photo-art foru

Hello, I am Elrond and joined RetouchPro back in 2003 when I was retired. Health issues forced me back into the work place but I am now again in retirement mode and have time to pursue my Photoshop education. I look forward to gaining knowledge from the experts here. I am most interested in photo art as opposed to just retouching. Many of the names are familiar from my former days lurking and sometimes posting on DPreview.
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Old 02-25-2010, 10:21 AM
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Hello, I am Elrond and joined RetouchPro back in 2003 when I was retired. Health issues forced me back into the work place but I am now again in retirement mode and have time to pursue my Photoshop education. I look forward to gaining knowledge from the experts here. I am most interested in photo art as opposed to just retouching. Many of the names are familiar from my former days lurking and sometimes posting on DPreview.
Welcome back, Elrond. Glad you again have time to "play" on the arty side of things. We're honored that you returned and hope you can stay a really long time this go around!
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