It's not like iPhoto, that saves your images to a whole other folder so it takes up twice as much space. It's just an amazing program to edit and organize your images. I'm still getting the hang of it, but I like it a lot. It's very easy to use and professional.
*sigh* Add this to my Christmas list, please, Santa. Along with thirty new lenses, the Nikon D3x, and a brand-new MacBook Pro. And while I'm dreaming, why not throw in some world peace too?
But I am still very happy with my little old Photoshop. It works well, even if it's not quite as slick. Check out my experiment with tilt-shift that I made in good old PS:
Fun, right? Well, I really must go work on NaNoWriMo some more. I am LOVING the way this book is turning out, and for now I'm ahead of schedule, so I'll just keep chugchugchugging away, I suppose.
PS:There has been a sudden rash of people begging and pleading for me to follow their blogs. These comments were not published, since this is advertising your blog and not allowed on HorseFeathers.
Here's why I can't follow everyone's blogs...
I have close to 300 followers.
I am only on blogger for maybe an hour each day; less since I'm very busy right now. I try to read and comment on the blogs I follow frequently. Do you know how long it would take to read and comment on 300 blogs and counting?
So I only follow a few blogs that I really love or that are written by close friends. Only 77 including my own blogs (I like to see how the posts look in my Dashboard). This is a fairly manageable number... I actually need to do some weeding to eliminate a few.
So no, I will not follow your blog if you go clamoring and asking me to in a comment or email.
BUT this is how I do decide to follow a blog...
• In your comment, be interesting and thoughtful. I'll click on your name and go to your blog.
• If your blog is well-written and appeals to me, then I'll follow it.
I assume that these steps apply to everyone.
Please, no advertising. I'm even less likely to check out your blog if you're annoying about it.