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go to edit>save for web then make the largest side 500 pixels..then save. That will get you the right size. and no you are not annoying at all. Asking questions is the best way to learn.
I went into my album site and redone the size to 350 X 248

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:woohoo: Yeah now I got it. :cheer2:
Way to go!!!!! Looks great
Thanks so much for the kind comments Jane and Dennis. This was fun to do. On my next one, I will try & make the texture more prominent. I like that look better. It does take a special type of picture, i.e., flowers & butterfly, for it to work well. The pictures that have been posted really turned out nice. Thanks again, Dennis! :thanks:
Hi Dennis,
I have used a similar technique with a simple texture for the background such as canvas or sandstone. The glass background adds a very nice touch. I will give it a try.
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Wonderfully written tutorial, and I love the effect.
Thank you.
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This was a great tutorial. Loved doing it. And what a bonus for newbies that you wrote everything out so it was understandable to them. Great job! Here's my rendition.

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I really like that Suzanne. It gives it a 3-D effect. :thumbsup:
I just saw this - guess it was first posted by Dennis when I was on vacation. It's a really, really nice effect. I'll have to play this evening. Thanks, Dennis :thanks: :thanks:
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Great tut. I used DreamSuite and one of Jodi's Bevels.
Sunny
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Canon 40D; EF 100mm f/2.8 macro USM; EF 50mm f/1.4 USM; Tamron 17-50 f/2.8; EF-S 55-250mm IS.
Believe in your heart that something wonderful is about to happen.
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