No im not selling anything, its just as i said my eldest daughter needed a picture enhanced and the free online program i used to use is no longer
so i did some research to see if there was a download program that i could afford to buy. this one cost me $35, it doesn't come with many tools or
brushes like i wanted. but for low cost editing its seems ok. i just need to practice with it.
A while back I bought a copy of CS3 on the cheap from a private seller, and Adobe was willing to relicense it to me at no charge, all I had to do was
fax in some paperwork and promise to destroy the old discs after receiving the new ones in the mail.
Something to look into, and you get the pleasure of getting Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, and a bunch of other goodies with it too.
I would add a photo, but being self conscious as it is, "enhancing" will just make it worse. It took me forever to even post in the other thread,
maybe after a few this weekend I will have the guts.
omg i just downloaded it, now i have to learn how to use it doh
This is the one im using portrait professional i was given more discount every time i explored their
content, it got down form $79.90 to $39.95 and the when i watched some tutorials it gave me another 10% off, so it was in my price, so i went with
In no way am i endorsing this product because i do not know all the pros and cons about it. so far it seems easy enough especially for someone like me
who has no clue about photo manipulation.
I was just going to ask what you were using OP but I see that you are some premade software.I guess that is why they look over processed and
amateurish. The one thing I would say is do not over soften. Loss of detail makes images look fake. You should learn Adobe CS6(expensive) or
GIMP(free!). Corel draw also works great. There are plenty of tutorials out there and once you get the hang of it the results look much much more
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I've got a little constructive criticism. The pictures you've done so far in the thread seem to have something missing, like texture or something. I'm
not sure what exactly it is because you're much more experienced than me in doing this (I have zero experience). I'm just commenting that they don't
exactly look "real". They are really good but something is off... they are too smooth or something.
Oh, and by the way, the lady in my avatar is the real queen of glam - just as she is!
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