My daughter asked me to show her how to grab a picture off Google Images tonight to use as her Facebook profile picture. I refused. Then we had a little chat about copyright. Followed by a little stroll through my personal cache of photographs.
How much photo manipulation is too much? When I bought Adobe InDesign last year to produce Folded Word's books, it came with Photoshop. I'd always dreamed of having a "real" version of Photoshop because I kept seeing recipes for doing cool things to digital photos--recipes that called for features that Photoshop Elements didn't have. And yet, I ended up owning Photoshop for a whole year without once trying to use it. Until today. And now I'm torn.