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10/16/2020 08:01:35 AM · #1
Originally posted by Lydia:

I've got no horse in this fight.

:D

Now *THAT'S* funny!

LOL!
10/14/2020 09:41:08 PM · #2
Originally posted by roz:

have you tried snapfish
i do my calendars there and find them really good .. i just did a photobook as well ..
it may not be what you are after but i saw this thread and thought i'd put it out there .. :)

edit to say .. i do all my editing of the pics in photoshop .. save to 2000pxls longest size .. thats for the calendars .. the photobooks may need higher resolution photos .
i upload the photos into snapfish into an album ..
i then start a project .. which would be a calendar or a photobook etc ..
you bring the photos from your albums into your projects .. there are heaps of templates and you can design your project however you want .. :)


I do Snapfish calendars too. They do a great job.
10/14/2020 07:44:37 PM · #3
I've got no horse in this fight.

:D
10/14/2020 06:48:31 PM · #4
have you tried snapfish
i do my calendars there and find them really good .. i just did a photobook as well ..
it may not be what you are after but i saw this thread and thought i'd put it out there .. :)

edit to say .. i do all my editing of the pics in photoshop .. save to 2000pxls longest size .. thats for the calendars .. the photobooks may need higher resolution photos .
i upload the photos into snapfish into an album ..
i then start a project .. which would be a calendar or a photobook etc ..
you bring the photos from your albums into your projects .. there are heaps of templates and you can design your project however you want .. :)

Message edited by author 2020-10-14 18:51:38.
10/13/2020 10:20:00 PM · #5
Originally posted by snaffles:

... I am so done with planned obsolescence bs, esp in the tech realm. I know there are people out there who get off on *having to upgrade* every 15 months...*cough cough Magnumphotography*...but I am not one of them. Anyone else with me?

You know I am ... :-) ' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/0-4999/1031/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1181160.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/0-4999/1031/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1181160.jpg', '/') + 1) . '
10/13/2020 08:21:43 PM · #6
hey all, the epitome of all technopeasants evah here. First off, please DO not tell me to go PC instead.

I have PS CS5 running on Mac Mojave 10.14.6. Usually it works ok after a fairly simple fix allowing PS permissions.

However as I go to design my annual calendar, able to open the template size. But the moment I place a pic and tgry to size it, it quits. Of course this didn't happen when I still had El Capitan. Haven't yet tried the fix but doubt it will work.

Thank GAWD I still have my old macmini and it's runnin something like High Sierra. But at least it does what I want, with no frickin OSX *OMG I HAVE TO RUN A 32-BIT APPLICATION AHHHHH SHOOT ME NOW* issues.

I know I've beeyotched about software issues before - don't even get me started about having to pay for NIK, yet again - but fer cryin out loud I am so done with planned obsolescence bs, esp in the tech realm. I know there are people out there who get off on *having to upgrade* every 15 months...*cough cough Magnumphotography*...but I am not one of them. Anyone else with me?
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