Just doing the same. Bought all the components and done my first ever home build. Hat tip to Moppie and Mevunky for their help... It's for me, quite a swish setup so looking forward to connecting it up to my screens and setting it up. Also just signed up for the Adobe $10 deal so will be keen to see what the real differences are between CS6 that I use at work and the new CC...
After my wifes notebook drive died I put in a SSD and it just sings!
Is is really only $10 in N.Z.?
F..ing Adobe is charging €14 here in Europe.. just because they can!!! Basically double what they pay in USA.
I'm not interested in being ripped off.
The greens are a little fluro on my screen, but otherwise very nice Kris
I agree that the greens look a little over saturated.
Thanks, I'm not so good at PP and am playing with Adobe Photoshop Express basic which is free. Only works on jpg but doesn't do to bad for a 'numpty like me. I was deliberately heavy handed with the green, going for somewhat surreal effect but I think I may have stuffed up the cottage pic. I will think on it, meanwhile here is another very surreal shot, I was intrigued with the way the different textures became evident. It is a major crop, maybe 25% of the original.
Actually I have another motive for this as well, trying to show someone that 'keeping on shooting regardless' can net some interesting results. Meanwhile, yep. I think I will seriously redo cottage, it doesn't quite work in monochrome either, but looks like it should Thanks
Nice texture study. If that is only 25% of the image, then its pretty impressive.