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December 11, 2013 - 9 went

Mini Workshop - Digital Frames Techniques in Elements

Faux mat and framed that can be saved on your computer and used for multiple pictures.

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on Dec 12, 2013.


  • Loyce

    All of these pictures are real interesting, especially the out of bounds. I have not seen anything framing in Photoshop. I had devised my own method according to the instructions you gave me. I found Elements much harder to use than Photoshop. I just received my new printer today that also has Light room 5 included. I remember you said that the two were the most valuable to have. The package deal was a real steal on QVC. Nearly $500 that sold for only $99 - printer, software, and warranty, etc.

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  • Bob from D.

    Glad you got lightroom. I think it's very useful.

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