This post was so delayed that I almost forgot about it. More than a moth ago, we took a CS3 basic workshop and we learned how to navigate around Photoshop a little better. When it comes to photography, Photoshop has always been my psychological waterloo. Most of the time, when people start talking Photoshop, I start getting that glazed look in my eyes, and it all sounds greek to me. I’ve taken to most photography skills quite easily, but for some reason, mastering Photoshop has eluded me almost completely. It’s as if I’m almost afraid of it. I’ve actually taken an earlier basic workshop, but it overwhelmed me, so I ended up basically back at zero. The second time around was much better, I learned much more. Although I must say, as with most skills, you really need to use it ALL the time. But with Lightroom available, I ended up hardly using CS3 at all. I just thought I’d share some of the stuff I’ve fooled around with using some tricks, using family and friends as my models. Some ended up cool, but some unintentionally ended up rather creepy.