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10-18-2007 09:27 AM
pepi I would love to see that put into words, talk about a long post.. Anyway just more evidence that images the last proof of an event, are no longer reliable. Are'nt computer great....
10-18-2007 08:50 AM
Photo editing

This is pretty cool. I've got a guy who does some photo work for me in PhotoShop CS, and he's always making things disappear (like people in the shot you want out of the shot), resizing and doing things you'd think were impossible. I can't seem to get the hang of PhotoShop'ing. I use PowerPoint most of the time, because it's what I'm used to using for my presentations. What programs are you all using to do your photos?
10-17-2007 09:52 AM
new technique for image resizing

This new technique allows for changing of aspect ratios without cropping or other standard methods.

A must-see for graphic designers, graphic artists, and graphic tinkerers.

Very interesting, and the video demonstrating how its done is really cool. Hard to explain without watching the 4-minute vid: .

This could be very useful for photochopping.

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