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    Correct ATN location?

    Hello Eggy I don't have this folder: C:/Program files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CC (+version)/Plug-ins. If I go to C:/Program files/Adobe, I have Adobe Premiere Elements 11 only in that folder. I could re-create the path you have and deposit my ATN files there, that is, C:/Program...
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    Correct ATN location?

    Hello I recently downloaded 3 plug-ins and have placed them in this folder: C | Program Files (86) | Adobe | Photoshop CS | Plug-ins. They are the only ATN files in that folder. Also in that folder, are other folders: Adobe ImageReady Only; Adobe Photoshop Only; Digimarc; Displacement Maps...
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    Soft focus on non-portrait shot

    Hello I have this photo of a couple of children sitting on the bank of a canal close to where I live. I have reduced it to 20% of its original size for this forum. I would like to do two things with it: keep everything in focus apart from applying a slightly soft focus to the children. I...
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    Text outline

    Hello I have the following image to illustrate a party held at an English country pub called The Sparrowhawk: I need to include the date, and so now I have this: The text is pixellated - as I expected - but as I do not have access to a vector programme, I probably have to make do with...
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    Name of font?

    Hello Many thanks for all your replies. Yes, it does look like handwriting, maybe with Indian ink. Sorry for the delay in replying.
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    Normal or widescreen?

    Hello Is it possible to tell if a digital camera has its settings at normal as opposed to widescreen? I have downloaded two sets of images from two different cameras. One set of photos downloads at a resolution of 96 pixels/inch, 3254px wide x 2448px high; the other set of photos has a 72...
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    Name of font?

    Can I ask, please, what this font is? I have asked on a specialist font forum but got no replies. Many thanks
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    Adding attractive variability to text characters (was: Sizing for a new image

    Hello I was hoping to use the image below as the basis for a similar framed print of my own. Mine would be 20" x 9.6" (260 resolution) and would have a real normal frame (even if I make it physically rustic), otherwise the main image would have two frames which just wouldn't work. Would...
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    Resizing an image

    You sent me the 'I am late for an important for an important date' link.
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    Resizing an image

    Thanks for those other links. You image in post #6 is an improvement - it looks crisper. You like this link http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/resources/pictures/alices-adventures-in-wonderland/ for other illustrations.
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    Resizing an image

    Yes, started it but couldn't find it in the Newbies forum. That's the only forum I post on - it was sometime in mid-Jan. Not to worry.
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    Resizing an image

    Thanks, Tom for the link. The other link you posted goes back to 2013 when I seem to have asked the same. I have saved it because your explanation is thorough and clear. Yes, I have come across other variations - suppose they all add to the Alice's rich library!
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    Resizing an image

    IamSam, I think it was you who answered my question. I posted an image of the White Rabbit.
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    Resizing an image

    Thanks, Confetium, for your reply. So you created a new file of 300 resolution, white background, 6in long, 4in high), then imported the illustration, and scaled it down (Edit | Scale, or Edit | Transform), then copied and pasted it into your new 6in x 4in image? When I did that, it looked tiny.
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    Resizing an image

    Hello I am trying to get this illustration to fit a 6 inch wide by 4 inch high (300 resolution) frame, but the illustration is square. When I try to resize it, it looks tiny. I did ask here on the Photoshop Newbies board something very similar a couple of weeks ago - again with an Alice theme...
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    Thank you

    Thank you - glad you like it. I have added to your kudos in today's post. She brightens up the room. Eat your heart out, Robert Kennedy (sorry, did I say that?) Thanks for all your help
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    Thank you

    Done (today's post).
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    Thank you

    I can't see the thread where I asked about resolution. So I will thank him for today's post. Is that OK?
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    Thank you

    Hello This is the small 1300px x 700px image I started off with. After some work in Photoshop (very early version) to get the desired effect (black and white apart from her red lips with a weak Palette Knife filter applied), this is the near 7000px x 4300px framed print of Marilyn that I...
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    Convert text colour

    Silly me. Done it - thank you Mr Tom.
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