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Framed Photo with Extreme Fading

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Old 03-23-2010, 11:50 AM
Verschell Verschell is offline
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Re: Framed Photo with Extreme Fading

Thanks, Lynn and Cupcake! Those look great. I am working right now with the earlier picture I sent (especially as I want to work with this myself - learning experience and all), but you provided nice goals for the skin tone, etc.
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