I am looking for inexpensive photoshop CD and Book

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by santa19992000, Aug 8, 2007.

  1. I am looking for inexpensive Photoshop (CS2) CD and Book, if anybody
    would like to sell, please let me know . Thanks
    in advance.

    I cannot afford to buy new one.
     
    santa19992000, Aug 8, 2007
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  2. santa19992000

    Joe Guest

    *If* you decide to buy then I would suggest to have the license
    transferred to you, to make you a legal user and option to upgrade to newer
    version. *If* you don't then not much difference than paying for an
    expensive WAREZ version.
    I would suggest to try to get an Educational version of CS3. If you are or
    any member of your family is in hi-school or college then ask them to get it
    for you, and it costs $300.
     
    Joe, Aug 8, 2007
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  3. www.kevinkienlein.com, Aug 9, 2007
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    peter Guest

    photoshop elements is a lot cheaper and has most of the functionality used
    by most people
    it is sometimes bundled with scanner or camera
     
    peter, Aug 12, 2007
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  5. santa19992000

    Dwight Guest

    i never pay for books. instead i go to the library and check them out
    there. if they don't have what i want i have them check with other
    libraries in the area. here there are 65 member libraries of the river
    bend library system.

    if none of them have what i want i have them check with
    firstsearch.org (only libraries can have an account with
    firstssearch). firstsearch allows you to get books from any library in
    the world. in some rare cases it might cost you a small fe but i
    haven't seen any yet.

    when they get the book i want i simpy check it out nd return it after
    i'm finished with it. i use the copy machine to copy any important
    pages i want. :)

    right now i am using the liraries free wifi also. :)
     
    Dwight, Aug 14, 2007
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