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  • #441218
    Bec
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      I came across a blog post from Jennifer Synder yesterday that I found very helpful so I thought I’d share. I have always had trouble getting the grey out of my photos and making the colours look right. This is info on a free photo editing site to help you make your photos perfect.

      Here is the link

      http://scrap-escape.blogspot.com.au/2016/03/improving-your-photos-with-white.html

      #441247
      StephD
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        Interesting, I use my Paint Shop Pro program to download and correct my photos in the curves section of the program but it doesn’t work like this Ribbit one. I think I’ll have to try this one out next time. Thanks for the link Bec!

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        Peggy
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          Actually, it works beautifully for those who don’t have Photoshop.
          Jen showed us this program at Maggi’s and it’s very easy and VERY effective.

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          RAE
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            That’s awesome. You can do this in any program. I use Picasa and it’s a feature. I’ve never figured out how to do it in PSE though. 🙂

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            msjan1
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              I actually don’t like it in PSE. I think it overcorrects a lot of the time. Will give this a whirl.

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              Bec
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                I am terrible with computers and I never have the time to search the net for new programs or techniques so I found this info helpful. Plus I’m to cheap to buy photoshop 🙂

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