"Alec" is fine. And you're very welcome. I've developed a (bad?) habit of checking out profile pics to see if they'll load faster or display better. I know many don't have, or need to have, the apps and skills to optimize images. I do it for kicks.<br><br>PhotoShop Junkie!<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
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Mississauga strikes again !<br>Helped me with my pic <br>I was useing it for 2 or 3 months then some jerk started complaing he could only connect at 26000bps and I was ruining his day<br>I felt no mercy for the a-hole I wanted him to suffer and open a vein<br>But Alec optimized it and it looks much better and the complainer went away<br><br>This could be da place
Yes, I am sure he can handle it and stuff. What I meant was that, with him being sorta obsessed with making these pics look better, I could post a series of bad images, which might obsess him to keep making them look better. And it's tortorous if one keeps doing this over and over. Think of all the Photoshopers who do nothing but image enhancing. Yes, the pay is good and they might enjoy the challenge and stuff. But I think overtime it's just ends up as a deadbeat job, however good one is at it.<br><br>Not implying any such thing at Alec. I'm sure he has lots of creative juices to go with the offbeat image enhancement he seems to obsessed with. :)<br><br>--<br>I am dangerous. I am Dyslexic of Borg. Fusistance is retile. Your a$$ will be laminated.
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I could post a series of bad images, which might obsess him to keep making them look better.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Alec loves doing this sort of thing. I think he gets a great deal of pleasure from it. <br><br>I seriously doubt he would ever consider it torturous no matter what or how much we threw at him. <br><br><br><br>
It's all about the right apps and a good understanding of how they work.<br><br>Prior to starting my business in '97, I attended a full time Digital Publishing and Imaging course at a private institution. This same "institution" was where I had spent countless hours in rented darkrooms processing my own photographic prints - I used to have a photo studio. One of the programs taught was PhotoShop, to which I took an immediate love, coming from a photographic background.<br><br>And so, it began.<br><br>My business doesn't allow me to dabble in PS as much as I'd like - mostly simple page layout and typography. But PS is still a necessity. I have almost a duplicate system set up at home, where I do most of my "playing" with PS.<br><br>As for the challenges mentioned in other posts - go ahead, make my day! <br><br>Cheers!<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
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