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I stole software from Adobe and did not really care

When I was 12 years old I bought my first camera, which was a Nikon Coolpix L16 with a stunning 7.1 MP and a rather bad quality (that was 10 years ago). With the new camera came the urge to edit these masterpieces of mine on the computer. So, I got a free version of Photoshop Elements, and soon I was able to dye my hair pink and color the eyes of my cat in a terrifying green (the rest of the picture in B/W of course, long live color key!). After a 30-days trial I had to get a new software because back then even PS Elements was too expensive for me. I downloaded Gimp, a free editing software, and the next few years I used nothing else. I loved Gimp. It was perfect for a beginner like me, but it also had a lot of advanced tools, and gave me all the possibilities I needed.
However, I always longed for the real Photoshop. In all the awesome editing groups there were those that used Photoshop and their pictures always looked a bit better (as soon as they told me that they used Photoshop of…

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