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Just some examples of the fun stuff you can do with your pics to make them different from each other. Seems we have hundreds of pics that are identicle except for the clothing. Programs that let you modify your pics can really make them stand out from each other.

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Majority were done in microsoft picture it perfect but I think that program is now called digital image.  It is like an intermediate type program.  I can't seem to figure out photoshop or fireworks.  Picture it is easy.

"express" versions don't cut it.  They just let you do the basics.

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I honestly don't know the differences but if I had to buy one I would buy the picture it personally but you might want to look into which is easier.  I lost my copy of picture it.  Came with a works suite pkg and of course, that's the one disc I lost!

Just had to rebuild computer so now I don't have it anymore.  Let me know what you find.

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T Mike- call me, DON'T BUY ANYTHING!  401-743-2222

MP- You may have an "express" version.  They just do the basics like crop, red-eye,etc

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Those are cool,,, I am a graphic designer by trade and use Photoshop,corel,Illustrator,and many more daily....

You could spend several hours learning the tools of PS and become a nice designer in no time at all.

BTW look at my sig... Took 5 mins in PS and was very simple to create....

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I am taking a class next fall (actually three, one credit hour courses) on the ins and outs of Photoshop.  Hopefully by nexy year I can put out some cool photo projects.

Good work LBH, I especially like that first one.  That deserves to be framed and hung on a wall.

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LBH very nice pics! I have such a program, if I can ever figure out how to use it. Now that I see some of what they can do I will try harder. Thanks!

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These are extremely simple as I'm sure marlboroman will attest.  This is such a user friendly, basic program.  I really wish I had the patience to learn these other programs, I have so many ideas and nowhere to put 'em.

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OK Marlboroman.  How do you combine 2 pictures and make them almost seamless?  What is the actual procedure called that does this?

Mike

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Super-imposition. Got to love it. Reminds me of the "goat song" that Adam Sandler had on one of his early cds, and they talked about super-imposing the goat into the pictures.

PhotoSuite 4 is what I use for my picture editing. It's easy to use. I am trying to figure it out for banners, and the like. I especially love using it for lightening up pictures that are too dark.

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In mine, you would put soft borders or transparent borders on both,then select 1 to be the main piece and then add the other one on top of it.  It's a collage that starts with a backround (pic 1) and only has 1 added to it (pic 2)

When you think of a collage you think of lots of pics, this is a 2pic collage.

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OK I done up a small piece that consist of 3 types of collage. Well, 2 are fades and 1 is seemless or I would call it Photo manipulation.  See is you can pick the one out that is seemless... It really is not that hard and there is a trick to it...  

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