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11/18/2003 04:14:51 PM · #1
hello dpchallengers, i'm working on some posters with the topic of "natural resources". i need a picture of a Flame for a background of an energy poster. i can't take it myself. i was wondering if you have any suggestions where i could get one, or would any of you have a high resoloution picture!
well, this is a stupid question, i know, but i was just trying my chances :)

sainaz
11/18/2003 04:26:33 PM · #2
Your welcome to this one - the quality is not too good
I Could email it to you.

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Message edited by author 2003-11-18 16:29:48.
11/18/2003 06:31:43 PM · #3
thanks alot chinstrap! but i need the whole flame for my poster, do you have one of that kind?
11/18/2003 06:39:55 PM · #4
You're welcome to this:
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I have a high res version - let me know.
11/18/2003 08:01:15 PM · #5
thanks for the great picture Jon Lucas!
but it seems that i have to use a blue flame for the poster, showing more energy quantity!
do you have some burning blue flames in your archive?
11/18/2003 08:23:37 PM · #6
oh, maybe this would help you help me :)
the main purpose is "Energy for the future generation" and i'm using a little picture of some kids in the foreground, with some graphic lines around it like a broken frame!
so what i need (or should i say i'm asking for) is some Energy caused thing in the background.
what my boss suggested was a flame, since heat is an energy caused thing!
i would appreciate any suggestions.
11/18/2003 08:32:50 PM · #7
[thumb]Fire flames[/thumb]

Is this one o k you canuse it if you want[thumb]Flames for D P C[/thumb]

Message edited by author 2003-11-18 20:35:05.
11/18/2003 08:39:51 PM · #8
sorry train, there must be a problem, cause i can't see your photo!
11/18/2003 08:44:20 PM · #9
I do not know what I am doing wrong but you are welcomed to look in my port folio and see the flames pic its at the end or I can email it direct to you[thumb]Flames for D P C[/thumb]

Message edited by author 2003-11-18 20:51:42.
11/18/2003 09:00:09 PM · #10
Ive emailed you a photo and I can take a blue flame one if you like this.
Hope it helps I am sorry I cannot figure out how to upload it
Regards
Sally
11/19/2003 12:54:18 AM · #11
Originally posted by sainaz:

thanks for the great picture Jon Lucas!
but it seems that i have to use a blue flame for the poster, showing more energy quantity!
do you have some burning blue flames in your archive?

This one any use? ; )
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11/19/2003 01:38:41 AM · #12
hey mr LUCAS, i can use the technic more. how did you do that, that will help me to blue every yellow flame i like :) :) :)
11/19/2003 08:05:48 AM · #13
Originally posted by sainaz:

thanks alot chinstrap! but i need the whole flame for my poster, do you have one of that kind?


No, sorry, that was a crop i took. Dont have anything else.

Mike


11/23/2003 05:23:26 AM · #14
Originally posted by sainaz:

hey mr LUCAS, i can use the technic more. how did you do that, that will help me to blue every yellow flame i like :) :) :)

Sorry sainaz - didn't notice this post.

It's simple in Photoshop:
1. Open document
2. Add either a new layer (or New Fill Layer in Pshop CS)
3. Fill the layer with a chosen colour
4. Select blend mode 'Color'


Sorted!
11/23/2003 06:32:31 AM · #15
A suggestion.

With a theme "energy for the future generation" and "natural resources" my mind does not immediately go to a flame, but more to a modern windmill, the sun, water.

The flame for me is much more associated with traditional energy sources which have to be burned to relase their energy, like wood, coal, oil.

That opens up a whole new series of possibilities .....
11/23/2003 09:29:57 AM · #16
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That work? High res if so
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