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Old 08-06-2009, 04:24 PM   #41
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Old 08-06-2009, 08:59 PM   #42
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Some one's been playing........... Look at those choppers!
I like #2 He looks like he's trying to make up to you with those flowers.................
I'm still trying to figure out how to add things from one photo to the next. Any instrructions how to do that would be appreciated.
I'd like to play around with merging things............It probably should be put in the cropped altered thread if any one can help out .
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Old 08-06-2009, 10:26 PM   #43
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I did it!
Ta Da...... (What a goofy saying)
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I learned how to move the flowers from one to the other.
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Now to remember it when I want it again.
I like flicking the next button real fast for a comical show.
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Old 08-07-2009, 11:46 PM   #44
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havalotta-
You've been practicing!!! ha ha ha!

I just use the copy and paste tools in a simple graphics editing program. Nothing fancy really.

Yeah, I thought the smiley teeth choppers were pretty funny too.

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I did that yesterday and already forgot where and how I did some of it.
Tonight I played around with camera settings and posted results in the moon thread.
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Old 12-27-2009, 09:10 AM   #46
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Calliandra> How did the Wacon bamboo tablet work after you bought it and... would you buy it again or would you buy a different brand? They have a new bamboo out that's a pen and touch, http://www.wacom.com/bamboo/bamboo_fun.php
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Calliandra> How did the Wacon bamboo tablet work after you bought it and... would you buy it again or would you buy a different brand? They have a new bamboo out that's a pen and touch, http://www.wacom.com/bamboo/bamboo_fun.php
The Fun tablet works very well, and I would definitely buy the same brand again. This is one case where the product lives up to its name.

It has a different "feel" and response than the mouse.

Have you seen any video reviews and demonstrations on youtube?
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Old 12-27-2009, 06:28 PM   #48
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I have a Wacom Intuos. If my hand worked better, and if I knew Photoshop a lot better than I do, I'd get more out of it.
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Is Intuos the more expensive professional version?

It helps that the Fun tablet is inexpensive... I'm happy just to be able to touch up photos, play with images, add a signature, personalize things. It also came with some basic graphics software that I've since used for other applications. Since I didn't have anything besides MSPaint before, that was another plus for me.

I think it can actually do quite a bit but I haven't taken the time to learn. I just have the smallest size--came with tablet, pen, mouse, and software for $85. Before I bought it, I checked the reviews thoroughly, and Wacom won for having the best performance/reliablity for the price (i.e. low). Also discovered that some people have tried the different sizes and actually prefer the smallest one, because it doesn't take up much real estate on the desk, and because you can lean back in your chair and doodle with it on your knee.

I still prefer the mouse for everyday point-and-clicking.
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"Have you seen any video reviews and demonstrations on youtube?" No I haven't and I check YouTube regularly. I'll buy the same brand you bought since you're happy with it. There were a few others I was looking at but I'll take your rave review any day over somebody who could work for the company for all I know. There are a few different Wacoms. Just buy the entry level one for $99 instead of the other one for $199? I've got Adobe Photo Shop... not that I know what to do with it but I've got it and a book called Photo Shop for Dummies. That Photo Shop looked waaaaaaay over my head but you say the Wacoms come with software. The software they give us for free is probably easier to figure out than the Photo Shop and that cost money. We should have never bought it but the kids do use it.
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