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Great jmaddocks 2004-03-16 11:31

Hi Jean. A very interesting shotof two lovely ladies. The picture would look better though, in my opinion, if it were straighter. I have done a workshop to illustrate what I mean. I really like their expressions, and the simplicity of the structure. Well taken! Your note is good also.

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Old 03-16-2004, 10:45 PM
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Hello John
In waht program do you work all the pictures?
In photoshop?
I would like to know, so I can enhance or correct some of my pictures.
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Old 03-16-2004, 11:43 PM
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Hi Alan. Actually, I didn't have the $800 for photoshop, so I got JASC's Paint Shop Pro. It is only about $100, and has many of the features of photoshop. For my uses it's all I need at this point, and likely all I'll ever need. All the best to you as well!
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Hi john
Thanks for the information. I also dont have the $800 for the photoshop, I can access it from my university computer lab.
So I understand that with Photoshop I can arrange everything ... I will try to learn how to used it better. Thanks a lot, and see you arround the pictures...
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