Out of curiosity, frodoelf, where does one come by a decent copy of Photoshop these days? Having just shelled out an enormous amount of money for Poser, I really don't want to pay the full $700 price tag for Photoshop, and yet neither do I want to go the warez route either. (Hey, if it's as useful as everyone says, they deserve the money.) I see Photoshop Elements an awful lot, but I don't know what features are in it or if that's really worth $100 or so.<P>Right now I use Paint Shop Pro 4.1 for almost all my image work. It has lots of disadvantages to it but for most tasks it fits the bill, which is more than I can say for anything that went before it. Still things like text art and such are just too difficult to do there. I've tried using a program called GIMP, which is supposed to be sort of a freeware Photoshop Lite, but the penguinheads are stuck on their beloved X-Windows interface and so it's difficult to work with--and beyond that it seems a little buggy, probably from all that stupid interface code.<P>Advice would be appreciated.<P>Lummox JR
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