Oops - to much attention to the finer details and forgot about the dress. Will change the color and also see if I can pull you waist in a bit more.Wow, thank you so much. And thanks for the compliments, I never feel I’d look good. Any chance of giving me more of a waist line, even if just a little bit? And is it possible to change the white dress to some medium shade of blue so it doesn’t look like a wedding dress
For the pic I submitted, changed the dress color to match closer to your swatches.My friends are my cousins, our mothers were sisters and we all have terrible body images! Thanks so much for what you have done, is there any chance you could tone down the dress color, less vibrant
Does this comment apply to the one I did (Rich54)? If yes, then I'm not sure what you mean by "dusty" blue. A color swatch would be helpful.I love the thinner look in the pic with that very light blue dress.Actually that picture is really great if you could just make the dress a more dusty blue but as light a blue. Does that make sense? Is there anyway I can repay you?
Hi @ThesedaysHi guys, I want to thank you very much for all your hard work and let you know how appreciative I am. I’m also not very tech savvy. I downloaded the pictures on my computer and then had Walgreens print them out but they came out really really blurry. Is there anyway you can explain to me how I could Get a clearer picture? Thanks, Laurie
@JeffK , would you mind doing the same thing to my edit, and then send her a similar link if the file is too large? When you say "embedded a proper print profile", I don't know what that is, so I think whatever you do will be better than what I would do (which is simply to change the image size to 5x7 at 300dpi).I increased the resolution and embedded a proper print profile.
Hi Rich -@JeffK , would you mind doing the same thing to my edit, and then send her a similar link if the file is too large? When you say "embedded a proper print profile", I don't know what that is, so I think whatever you do will be better than what I would do (which is simply to change the image size to 5x7 at 300dpi).
Great work @Rich and @JeffKHi Rich -
Just to note, when I open a file that says it has no embedded profile, I generally leave it alone. In this case, when I found out she wanted to print, I went back to the image, assigned an AdobeRGB profile, changed the resolution to 300 ppi, left the resulting image size (about 11 X 16) and then resaved. AdobeRGB is the recommended profile for print and 300 ppi is about the best resolution that most inkjet printers can produce.
While sRGB seems to be the go-to profile especially in the digital life, AdobeRGB is still the best option for print.
In any case, all seems well and successful with a happy and thankful client. Which is the best part of doing this work!