Can I get a siggy, please? FFA

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Registered: 10-21-2006
Sun, 02-18-2007 - 4:17pm
Digital Cam...its just crappy.

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Registered: 11-10-2005
Sun, 02-18-2007 - 1:50pm
Your pics didn't suck.
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Registered: 04-01-2003
Sun, 02-18-2007 - 12:45pm

I'm glad you liked the sigs Reagan :o) The pics were great - just blurry :o) No worries though - hopefully we came up with something you can use! :o)

-Yolanda

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Sun, 02-18-2007 - 12:44pm

That's really adorable Susan! Way to go! :o)

-Yolanda

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Registered: 06-24-2005
Sun, 02-18-2007 - 10:10am

Wow, awesome sig, Yolanda!!


Thanks for the tips, Jackie.

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Registered: 10-21-2006
Sun, 02-18-2007 - 8:48am

Thanks you guys! I'm sorry the pictures sucked. What ya'll did looks great though! I don't think I could ever have the patience to do what ya'll do! Thanks!

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Sat, 02-17-2007 - 10:47pm

Here is my take.


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Sat, 02-17-2007 - 10:24pm

Thanks for your tips Jackie! :o) I'll have to hop back on when I have more time tonight and play with the different levels. Thanks again!

-Yolanda

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Sat, 02-17-2007 - 9:09pm
Jackie, I am definately going to try this also. I have such a hard time with pics that are blurry. Thanks for the great tips.



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Sat, 02-17-2007 - 8:59pm

Yolanda,

Try working with the photo of her and Brandon, and the photo of Bethany where she is looking at the camera. If you adjust the levels a bit, bump up the contrast slightly, tweak the color balance and then use the Filters>unsharp mask and the Filter>smart blur, you can get those two photos fairly clear. Especially if you make a smaller sig, the smaller the picture size, the more you can bump up the unsharp mask which will give definition to the photos. Thats a good tip when working with blurry pics :)

I'll check later to see what you came up with and maybe show you how the photos came out after I "tweaked" them if you want! :)

oops! you posted while I was typing. Going to black and white is also a great idea! You can adjust the contrast and sharpen more in that mode as well. Great job!





Edited 2/17/2007 9:01 pm ET by kilcan

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