Thank you for the encouragement. I just got very helpfull instructions. I feel that if I participate at the board, I'll learn faster.
Open the pic in photoshop, change the mode to RGB by going to IMAGE>MODE>RGB
Run the filter Smart Blur with these approximate settings:
Then save it via save for web or whatever way you're comfortable with.
check it out
That's great Arura!! I'm glad we could help. (And thanks for the link back here - that's really nice of you.)
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