From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: Renovation of a photograph
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From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: Renovation of a photograph
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:46:48 -0500
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On Mon, 22 Jan 2018 19:56:39 +0000, "David B."<> wrote:

>On 22/01/2018 15:45, nospam wrote:
>> In article <_xn9C.449811$6_2.43059@fx30.fr7>, David B.
>><> wrote:
>>> Thank you so much for your link. I've been there to have a quick look
>>> and have also enroled on the forum. I'll be returning for sure!
>> those poor people.
>Read here!
>>> I've always thought that Photoshop is for 'professionals', not for
>>> everyday 'home users' like me.
>> it is.
>> there is a consumer version, however, called photoshop elements.
>> you don't need either one.
>>> Is it something that would make a world
>>> of difference over the facilities now included with Apple's 'Photos'
>>> software?
>> it would if you know how to use it. otherwise, hell no.
>I'm not sure that I want to do it .... but I might!
>>> I did once experiment with GIMP on my old iMac but found it rather
>>> complicated to use. Perhaps it's an age thing! ;-)
>> nope. it's that the gimp is poorly designed, with no attention paid to
>> ui/ux.
>You do come out with interesting comments sometimes! ;-)

Don't pay any attention to nospam.  He's never helpful, and just hangs
around here to argue with anything said.

He doesn't have the talent to do anything himself, so he puts others
down.  We don't even know if he does any photography.

Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida