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    i want to get photoshop
    ok.. so this is the first mac i got, and it looks to me that it can do some pretty amazing stuff. and since ive been on this forum all i see is everyones amazing wallpapers and desktop configurations. so i wanna get photoshop now to try and make my own. my question is where do i get this photoshop?

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    zap2
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    try gimp, its free, if you like it then perhaps you can move up to PhotoShop, if u just wnat PS, to to the online story

    Illegal stuff no-no on forums!!

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    elements 3!!!

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    brewcityjay
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    If your a student or know someone that is then, academicsuperstore.com is a great place to pick up software...prices are looow.

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    sursuciofla
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    http://www.sprysoft.com is a very good place for academic discounts. Plus no tax and free shipping. i buy all my software from them if it is available there. Adobe also has a free 30-day trial you can download from their website so you can check it out.

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    i went to sprysoft and looked for CS2 and saw that they had it for $288

    [link]http://www.sprysoft.com/photoshop-academic/p_30015.html[/link]

    that cant be right. and no where on the page did i see the words "upgrade"

    is CS 2.0 the same as the CS2 i see in stores?

    it also says its the "academic" version. does that change anything?

    thanks,

    -adam

    p.s. yea, i know its PC software, but question still remains

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartSTI
    i went to sprysoft and looked for CS2 and saw that they had it for $288

    [link]http://www.sprysoft.com/photoshop-academic/p_30015.html[/link]

    that cant be right. and no where on the page did i see the words "upgrade"

    is CS 2.0 the same as the CS2 i see in stores?

    it also says its the "academic" version. does that change anything?

    thanks,

    -adam

    p.s. yea, i know its PC software, but question still remains
    Holy old thread, Batman!

    And yes, that is correct. It is a student discount site, so the only way to get it at that price is to prove you are a student.
    I got the entire CS2 package (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, GoLive) for $199 with my student discount.
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    Lol, hope you didn't pay for Acrobat. Its free... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by iBeldar
    Lol, hope you didn't pay for Acrobat. Its free... lol
    Acrobat Reader is free.

    The actual application Acrobat is not.
    Big difference between the two.
    :black:
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    Acrobat Reader reads the files, and Acrobat reads and writes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewcityjay
    If your a student or know someone that is then, academicsuperstore.com is a great place to pick up software...prices are looow.
    seconded. great pricing, also college bookstores have the acedemic version which operates the same as the non-ed versions
    http://www.lightcafe.net

    New servers, much faster than before

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