Find me this photo in hi-res


tobefirst

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Jan 24, 2005
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Ha! I thought the title said, "Find me in this hi-res" and was going to be like a Where's Waldo kind of thing. I'm disappointed now. :) Sorry I can't help you.
 

krose0307

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Aug 3, 2007
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you do realize that's been photoshoped its obvious if you zoom in on it...
Isn't this a pic from the announcement yesterday? What about it looks photoshopped? It's just Steve standing in front of a screen that has a picture of Starbucks projected onto it. This was posted live by Engadget during the speech, so I doubt they took the time to Photoshop it before they posted it.
 

zblaxberg

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Isn't this a pic from the announcement yesterday? What about it looks photoshopped? It's just Steve standing in front of a screen that has a picture of Starbucks projected onto it. This was posted live by Engadget during the speech, so I doubt they took the time to Photoshop it before they posted it.
oh ok, I wasn't watching the announcement but I thought he was trying to say it was actualy sj standing in front of a starbucks (the actual store) not a picture. my bad. thats why it seems photoshopped because the store doesn't look realistic compared to the shade of sj
 

HD303

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Jul 1, 2006
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you do realize that's been photoshoped its obvious if you zoom in on it...
The Photoshop trademark must never be used as a common verb or as a noun. The Photoshop trademark should always be capitalized and should never be used in possessive form, or as a slang term. It should be used as an adjective to describe the product, and should never be used in abbreviated form. The following examples illustrate these rules:

Trademarks are not verbs.

CORRECT: The image was enhanced using Adobe® Photoshop® software.

INCORRECT: The image was photoshopped.

- Adobe general trademark guidelines




sorry, could not resist :D
 

EricBrian

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The Photoshop trademark must never be used as a common verb or as a noun. The Photoshop trademark should always be capitalized and should never be used in possessive form, or as a slang term. It should be used as an adjective to describe the product, and should never be used in abbreviated form. The following examples illustrate these rules:

Trademarks are not verbs.

CORRECT: The image was enhanced using Adobe® Photoshop® software.

INCORRECT: The image was photoshopped.

- Adobe general trademark guidelines

sorry, could not resist :D
LOL


Here is a link to it, btw:
http://www.adobe.com/misc/trade.html#photoshop

:D