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Juliana Cichy


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Registered: January 2005
Location: Eugene, Oregon
Posts: 2
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I could continue working on this image for ever
I love the challenges
Thank you,
how do you make the photo biger and still 200k?
· Date: 2/4/2005 · Views: 6539 · Filesize: 58.5kb, 152.7kb · Dimensions: 424 x 684 ·
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Hephaestos

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Registered: January 2005
Location: Denver, CO
Posts: 59
2/4/2005 7:09pm

I like that you blurred the background, that was a great idea.

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Juliana Cichy
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Registered: January 2005
Location: Eugene, Oregon
Posts: 2
2/5/2005 12:14am

Thank you; I almost always, blur the background so the main subject on the picture looks sharper… some people will say that I am cheating, but I like the effect and it is easyer…. After looking at the photo I realize that I could work on some of the edges of the clothing so they look sharp. May be one of this days I work longer on it.
I am having problems loading the photos so they look bigger. Any suggestions?
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somtim
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Registered: January 2005
Location: Cannon Beach, Oregon
2/5/2005 12:23am

Nice work Juliana. Good to have a fellow Oregonian here. I save mine in save for web and choose a 800 pxl width and lower or raise quality until you reach 200.
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Juliana Cichy
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Registered: January 2005
Location: Eugene, Oregon
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2/5/2005 12:45am

Save for the web! Good point, I was using image size. Thanks for the tip
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philbach

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Registered: March 2003
Location: Belgium, Wi
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2/5/2005 6:27am

Very nice. I agree the blurred background was a good idea. Also a nice rendering of the eyes and face. That was not easy to do.

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