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    Best New ABW Member 2007 sfcom's Avatar
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    Adobe Photoshop Express - Nice! (and free)
    No, not a photo here for the photo gallery---but maybe better for my ABW friends.

    I just got done going through my initial run on Adobe Photoshop Express. Pretty good stuff there overall. Not a replacement for Photoshop or even Elements because Express has its own unique uses. I look for it to grow a lot over time.

    They ofer 2GB of storage for free, along with the sorting and editing abilites that is to be expected from Adobe. It is trimmed down a lot in order to allow for it to be web friendly. Facebook, Photobucket and Picasa support too. You even get a personalized sub-domain. Hurry. The best ones are probably getting taken pretty quick.

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    I only noticed "Free" and "Photoshop" and got overly excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electronicsseller
    you are so humorous .
    So is your manual sig.

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    Someone please stop this person before they go digging up 100 threads posting "humorous".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeymourButts
    I only noticed "Free" and "Photoshop" and got overly excited.
    I don't blame you, I made the same assumption too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProWebAddict
    Someone please stop this person before they go digging up 100 threads posting "humorous".
    Already gone... they got to 3 threads before being wacked....

    (blows the smoke off the pistol)
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    Best New ABW Member 2007 sfcom's Avatar
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    Hmmm...must have ordered a side of spam with my post.

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    This is nice (and free).

    a.viary.com has better functions for editing images though.

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    Until Adobe rewrites the TOS though, you're signing over your copyright to Adobe [source] when you use PS Express. Adobe has stated that wasn't their intention, and they're going to rewrite the TOS to make it clear that your copyrights aren't affected - but until they do, anything you upload to PS Express becomes the property of Adobe.
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    Best New ABW Member 2007 sfcom's Avatar
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    I think they are going to make the new TOS retroactive to the release of Express. Anything less would be shooting themselves in the foot.

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    I hope so! I don't know why they couldn't, anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfcom
    I just got done going through my initial run on Adobe Photoshop Express. Pretty good stuff there overall. Not a replacement for Photoshop or even Elements because Express has its own unique uses. I look for it to grow a lot over time.

    They ofer 2GB of storage for free, along with the sorting and editing abilites that is to be expected from Adobe. It is trimmed down a lot in order to allow for it to be web friendly. Facebook, Photobucket and Picasa support too. You even get a personalized sub-domain. Hurry. The best ones are probably getting taken pretty quick.

    -sfcom
    Which is better, Flickr or Photoshop Expres?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfcom
    No, not a photo here for the photo gallery---but maybe better for my ABW friends.

    I just got done going through my initial run on Adobe Photoshop Express. Pretty good stuff there overall. Not a replacement for Photoshop or even Elements because Express has its own unique uses. I look for it to grow a lot over time.

    They ofer 2GB of storage for free, along with the sorting and editing abilites that is to be expected from Adobe. It is trimmed down a lot in order to allow for it to be web friendly. Facebook, Photobucket and Picasa support too. You even get a personalized sub-domain. Hurry. The best ones are probably getting taken pretty quick.

    -sfcom
    That is very nice

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