This is a beautiful software. I got the 10.x first. They had a free upgrade offer to 11. I can vouch for it. Instead of spending hours smoothing the skin, applying lipstick, whitening teeth, all you have to do is - open the image in PP. That's all. It will offer to make the needed changes, click ok and voila! your photo looks completely 'photoshopped' in just seconds. Try it. You will love it.
Having gotten tired of the home studio that I bought a while ago (that still works like a charm), I wanted to try out the cheap and best Yongnuo 560 flash after reading rave reviews on Amazon.com. After I ordered it, it came to me in like 3-5days. I also ordered the RF602 (transmitter + receiver combo) so that I can enjoy off camera flash. The results have been unbelievable!
Welcome to you!
I know, I know. There is nothing like too much photography! I have been doing many things in photography of late. But mostly I have been doing it on flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/raghu-gollapalli/) as there is no memory limit (literally). I can upload upto 300mb per month. But here it is 1gb for good. In fact I have been uploading every day one image.
Since too much has been happening, I will list them in chronological order.
Hello All Again,
It has been several months since I posted. That doesn't, as mentioned before, mean that I haven't been clicking. When I invited some of my friends and colleagues for photo shoots, I decided to make posters for them. I tried a couple of places - some advertisements in ebay offering each poster 16X20 for 10 bucks, costco around 14 bucks (good quality) before finally settling for www.shortrunposters.com after seeing their ad in photography magazine.
I got 18X24 posters for around 2 dollars each!! The quality, I would say, was good. Nowadays many stores like walgreens also have poster services.