I use Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0, it came with my new camera and is very easy to use. (I didn't even need to read the instructions but who does anyway?) The feature I like the most the auto color correct.
The gun is placed on a clear glass table with a piece of white foam core under the table. The foam core is elevated to about 12" below the surface of the table. I have five 250 watt lights on light stands around the table. The light is bounced off umbrellas mounted on the stands. This prevents shadows as does the glass table.
I found this gun on Gunsamerica, it was a blurry picture and had been listed for a few weeks. The owner finally sent me better pictures and I knew it was a winner. I even got him down in price! The gun I found in Marlboro is almost as nice but with the military blue finish, I'll post a picture later today.
Thanks for the info on the photos.
I have Adobe PhotoDeluxe, but upgraded operating system from Win 98 to Win XP, and PhotoDeluxe is in compatible. Thus, bought Photoshop Elements 2.0 about a month ago.
I like it. Not as simple as ver. 1, but still very usable. Nice trick re. the glass table.
Again, nice CZ's.
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