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Do I need Adobe's permission?
I have an appointment on Thursday to pitch my idea for a cable tv show to "teach" basic Photoshop Elements.
Do I need Adobe's permission to use Photoshop Elements on the air?? I'm assuming I do, how hard is it to get, how do I go about getting it?
There are so many sites on the web, including this one with Photoshop tutorials, surely Adobe doesn't expect everyone to ask for permission - that would require a huge staff to administer.
Anyway, wish me luck - any suggestions greatly appreciated.
I am sure you will need written permission from Adobe in order to show screen shots and any actual images of working within the program.
Last edited by cardmnal; 04-05-2005 at 12:09 PM. Reason: misinformation
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