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Just doing some playing with my photos again......... :tease

Sorry I just couldn't reduce this to 640.............
Please click on the thumbnail.........Thanks......... :cheers



I thank ya'll for putting up with my stuff......... :shipwrecked

Air

Adding a shot...................thanks
 

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I have been experimenting with canvas, but for whatever reason couldn't get it to work out.

Looking at your pics, Imay have figured it out.

What do you have the canvas set at? I was using 10 all around, but it wasn't wide enough in comparisons to your pics.

Also, how did you get that inside line as a border between the pics and the canvas.

The car is sweet too. :cheers
 

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:eek:mg :10 :nicejob :coolpics :bounce :goodpost :tongue :wave

....yep, that resume what I think...:wink
 

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Hi Derrick,
Only the first pic(the thumbnail)is the one that I refered to as canvas.........I did so only because of the way that I rendered the photo,the artistic type drawing.It has nothing to do with the Image-resize-canvas size-If that is what you are refering to.............:giggle

On that particular piece when all the editing was finished,I used......Effects-sandpaper as a layer and then reduced the opacity to the desired look.......

Now for the boarders,I use the Effects-frame in forground color,then crop to the size I want................

Hope this helps you...............
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Jeff,
Thank you,I always look forward to your replies................... :thanks
Being that the camera that I use is a Canon Power Shot A95............ :pullhair
I rely a good bit on editing my photos to get the end results.Not always looking for the "hey, thats a photo" look.............. :lol
Thanks again............
Air
 
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