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Old 02-18-2012, 09:26 PM   #211
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Ohhhhhh my!
My my my my my, Campion!
How wrong you are, but it DOES look like that now that you mention it.
Take a look, a real close look. Don't you see them? Those cute little eyes you'll fawn all over?
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:49 PM   #212
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Aaaaaackkkkkkk! What was I thinking???

Is this better? ~cooked or cropped photos - post here!-bb79a4b631d84fe3_ocrop.jpg
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Old 02-19-2012, 07:14 AM   #213
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Now that's better, and there were soooo many hints included for you my DEER Sage.
The other was enough to FAWN over too wasn't it? he he he he
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Old 02-19-2012, 09:42 AM   #214
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Here is what I do with Mother's Day bouquets sent by my son~
I have a whole collection of them, and it's such a cool way to keep them!

~cooked or cropped photos - post here!-p1010367ac.jpg

~cooked or cropped photos - post here!-p1000948ac.jpg

~cooked or cropped photos - post here!-sunflower-2520bouquet.jpg
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Old 02-19-2012, 05:33 PM   #215
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Oh Sage, those are gorgeous memories!
Are you creating them using that link I had found (In post 207) or something other that allows YOU to play with the pull?
They are absolutely wonderful! You've come a looooong way baby!
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Old 02-19-2012, 06:14 PM   #216
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that allows YOU to play with the pull?
don't understand

And, no, not that link. I make them in Photoshop.

I started making ACs 6-7 years ago, and those are some of the older ones. I learned that playing with the saturation, contrast, etc., of the original before making the AC, usually produced the best results. I had to make A LOT of them to get "the feel".

It's a great way to keep the Mother's Day bouquets forever!

My Flickr Amazing Circle Set
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:06 PM   #217
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Play with the pull as in....Do YOU have the ability to twist and pull your photo as you wish or is it an automated process like the link I had sent?
Did you try the link???
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:13 PM   #218
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Those are sooooo cool! I liked the first one in your post, the tree and sky and the Edison Banyan Tree the best.
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Old 02-20-2012, 09:58 AM   #219
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Yes, you can do virtually anything to them in photoshop. No, I didn't try the link so as not to confuse myself!
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Old 02-20-2012, 03:33 PM   #220
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Acccccccccccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk .
I finally gathered up the courage to take the jump and install the Picassa 3 that you-all say has a lot more editing and tweaking options.

It looks like all my folders and photos (over some 40,000) are currently being copied-uploaded? into it. I see them flashing through rapidly in a tiny screen below.
I was under the impression that nothing was to change by installing it.

I just retrieved a photo from my usual folder area so I could go into "Paint" to remove the uglies (light fixtures and other distractions). The photo now comes in real BIG and the "Paint symbol" is no longer on the top for me to use! It's NOT an option anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HELP!!!! It appears I'm being forced to use PICASSA ONLY for any adjustments! I don't WANT things that way....Nothing was to change, but it DID.......... Big time!
I'm in the middle of creating a photo board for my sons (SOON to be) graduation and I'm sitting here dumbfounded in a state of confusion!

QUESTION: If I go into "Uninstalling picassa" Will the photos be returned to their original locations AS THEY WERE, dissappear entirely or reappear in a new format like PICASSA just shuffled them into? ALL By DATE!!!! I'm SO upset over this I seriously want to cry....I HAVE to get those photos prettied up and copied.
What on earth do I do to get things as they were???????? What if I loose everything! ALL those years and years of hard work sorting and organizing thousands upon thousands of photos into specific areas and folders....

Things like this is why I'm so afraid............ to try anything new.
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