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Eagle Owl

By Fotofunguy  
I'm a little to upset tonight to sort out recent images so it's another Eagle Owl from the past.

I have discovered this evening that the Photoshop CS5 version I have been using for almost three years has a false serial number on the box, I honestly believed it to be genuine and only found out through Adobe's technical support, has anyone else experienced this?

I only found out when I tried to upgrade to CS6, if you have any info' please send me a personal message.


Tags: Bird of prey Raptor Eagle owl Wildlife and nature Avian flight

Voters: Alda, terryxc, gwynn56 and 32 more

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terryxc 5 7 England
13 Mar 2013 1:37AM
Awesome image..


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ColleenA Plus
5 347 5 Australia
13 Mar 2013 3:23AM
A great capture perfectly timed.
13 Mar 2013 3:28AM
Very stunning capture, love it !
Mrsbass 4 2 1 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 5:55AM
Stunning image....
Ray42 9 3 England
13 Mar 2013 7:40AM
An excellent capture
13 Mar 2013 7:59AM
I had a similar thing a few years ago when I wanted to give a friend my edition of Lightroom and wanted Adobe to re register it in his name. they told me it was a student edition and therefore couldn't be transferred!. When I bought it I asked if it was the real thing and could it be registered and was assured it could be. Yes a student copy can be registered but cannot be used by anyone else.
I now only buy from Adobe.
Love the image Barrie
13 Mar 2013 8:52AM
Thanks Jenni, I'm going round in circles over this Adobe issue, now they are telling me that as well as my CS5 my recent Lightroom4 does not have a legitimate serial number either, both that and CS5 were purchased from a very well known online store.
ColinEJ 11 21 17 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 9:38AM
The perfect landing shot, with talons outstretched, at the peak of the action.
13 Mar 2013 10:28AM
Excellent capture.Wonderful timing.

Meheecho 4 275 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 11:18AM
A cracking image
JuBarney 6 25 3 United Kingdom
13 Mar 2013 12:24PM
A really lovely shot
13 Mar 2013 1:55PM
Great action photo,well detailed
Regards Brian
13 Mar 2013 6:44PM
Excellent timing -beautiful image !
13 Mar 2013 8:20PM
A stunning shot Barrie. Sorry to hear of your problems with CS5 - not good when you have put your trust into someone/a company in good faith - can you go back to them at all? Lou

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