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09/01/2004 03:49:53 PM · #1
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My lil cuz, born on my birthday! Took these shots outside the house on the 22nd of August.
Trying to figure out how I can size it to be a print with all four shots. Any suggestions, comments and/or criticism is much appreciated.
Thanks!

Message edited by author 2004-09-01 15:52:09.
09/01/2004 04:08:02 PM · #2
Left a comment on the image....
09/01/2004 04:22:26 PM · #3
The only thing I might suggest would be switching the two left and the two right photos, so that she's looking into the frame instead of out of it. She's adorable!
09/01/2004 04:42:46 PM · #4
Originally posted by Jesuispeure:

The only thing I might suggest would be switching the two left and the two right photos, so that she's looking into the frame instead of out of it. She's adorable!


Ooh.. good idea. Thanks!
09/01/2004 04:53:46 PM · #5
You can make it a panorama size print... Very adorable and I love the sepia and lighting.
09/01/2004 05:26:28 PM · #6
Hi Rooster, wonderful photos. You can print them at DPC prints in panorama. I have printed several here and they do a wonderful job and the price is very good.
09/01/2004 05:50:41 PM · #7
Very very nice!!!! I think she is the cutest. Adorable! :o)
09/01/2004 06:02:04 PM · #8
My personal opinion (and take it for what it's worth: not much!) is that the sepia tone that you used it too orange. I prefer a more "brown" color. You can look at a couple of my challenge entries (here and here) to see the "look" that I'm talking about to decide for yourself whether you want to adjust yours.

I agree that adjusting it to fit one of the panorma-sized print formats is the way to go.
09/01/2004 06:17:21 PM · #9
I used the virtual fotog to get the speia & then applied a bit of contrast.
Any tips, Eddy, on how I can get it to be less orange?
09/01/2004 06:39:06 PM · #10
Originally posted by EddyG:

My personal opinion (and take it for what it's worth: not much!) is that the sepia tone that you used it too orange. I prefer a more "brown" color. You can look at a couple of my challenge entries (here and here) to see the "look" that I'm talking about to decide for yourself whether you want to adjust yours.

I agree that adjusting it to fit one of the panorma-sized print formats is the way to go.


I agree. I would mess with the tones till you got the right color. I use psp8 not photoshop.

Edited to say, "She is VERY cute!"

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09/01/2004 06:43:07 PM · #11
Originally posted by Rooster:

I used the virtual fotog to get the speia & then applied a bit of contrast.
Any tips, Eddy, on how I can get it to be less orange?


I'm not Eddy but hey :)
To get it less orange, move the saturation slider down. This will mute the colour a bit. Then if you move the hue slider towards the left, it will gradually make the tone redder (or browner, depending on how far down you moved the saturation slider).
09/01/2004 06:43:53 PM · #12
Originally posted by joanns:

Hi Rooster, wonderful photos. You can print them at DPC prints in panorama. I have printed several here and they do a wonderful job and the price is very good.


I've only tried this twice ... but I uploaded two panoramas and tried to get to a point where I could get them printed and it just told me that it doesn't fit their sizes (standard things like 11x14). I have a 5x18 that I'd like to print ... how would I tell them to do that?

09/01/2004 06:46:34 PM · #13
Currently only the following panoramic sizes are available on DPCPrints:

30x6
60x20

24x6
48x12

18x6
36x12

12x6
24x12
09/01/2004 06:50:17 PM · #14
Is it me or is the irony of EddyG's signature comment next to Rooster's post lost on everyone?! ; )
09/01/2004 06:52:09 PM · #15
lol, I turned signatures back on especially to read it. Even more ironic :)
09/01/2004 06:52:21 PM · #16
I don't have sigs turned on, so I guess it is lost on me. :-)
09/01/2004 07:06:44 PM · #17
Originally posted by Konador:

Currently only the following panoramic sizes are available on DPCPrints:

30x6
60x20

24x6
48x12

18x6
36x12

12x6
24x12


AWESOME!!! Thank you very much.

09/01/2004 07:17:18 PM · #18
Just for future use, here is a list of all available print sizes:
//www.dpcprints.com/help.php?faq_id=61
09/01/2004 11:03:16 PM · #19
Okay cool cats!

took all the advice I could & redid the shot. How ya like me now?
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09/01/2004 11:05:53 PM · #20
Very nice....but, what about just extending the white border instead of adding another color and style to the mix?

EDIT: I assume that's there so it fits a panorama size...

Message edited by author 2004-09-01 23:06:15.
09/01/2004 11:19:16 PM · #21
Originally posted by AmiYuy:

Very nice....but, what about just extending the white border instead of adding another color and style to the mix?

EDIT: I assume that's there so it fits a panorama size...


yes & no. i liked the contrast of the bw
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