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    Avatar of Tom Northrop
    Tom Northrop
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    How many of you feel photoshop enhances photography and how many of you feel otherwise?

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    Rich
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    I feel photoshop takes away the originality of a photograph.

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    Sylvia
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    Photoshop is like applying makeup. I think it enhances any photograph.

    #813
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    Marc Wilhelm
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    Photoshop helps to remove any deficiencies in our photograph and thereby enhances its quality.

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    biggles
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    I think Photoshop is great for photography. It allows photographers to adjust photo’s and correct little mistakes. Some people think of it as a bad software used for faking things, but it’s really for adjusting and correcting your images.

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    John
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    I try not to rely to heavily on Photoshop, but often time I find a perfect shot ruined by a minor err on my part. This is when the genius of Photoshop shines.

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    biggles
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    I’ve had to correct a couple of mirror shots too, John. When I say Mirror, I mean reflections on Windows etc… I always seem to get some reflections on window shots, really annoying actually. I end up just fixing it in Photoshop though.

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    mikolaj
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    I think it’s a great tool, but I don’t use it too much on my photos. I agree with keeping my photo’s pure, but I sometimes need to use it to sharpen certain photos, or remove unwanted objects.

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