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Old Sep 9, 2006, 11:55 AM   #1
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I was recently asked how to do a copyright and logo if all you have is PhotoFiltre. After playing around with it for a while I came up with a way to do this. I will post the tutorial with photo examples when I get home from work around midnight (Central time US). Meanwhile here are a couple of photos with the logo applied in PhotoFiltre!

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Old Sep 10, 2006, 12:39 AM   #3
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Here is how you do it in a step by step sequence! I'll do this in two seperate posts so they don't run me out of here!

1. Open PhotoFiltre!

2. Go to file and open the file menu.

3. Select New.
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4. When the dialog box opens set the size to 800X600.

5. Leave the background color white.

6. Leave the background pattern unchecked.

7. Left click on OK.
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That should give you this......
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8. Go to the Tool Bar and select the circle Tool.

9. Draw a circle of about the size you see in the screen capture.
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10. Right click on the circle.

11. When the menu drops down select Stroke and fill.

12. Be sure you have black as the foreground color on the tool bar.

13. Left click on stroke and fill
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14. When the dialog box opens ...

A. Select Stroke.
B. Color Black
C. Width 2 pixels
D. Select Antialias
E. Set the Opacity to 100%
F. Leave all the other boxes unchecked.

15. Left Click OK.
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Now go to the circle again and..

16. Right click on the circle.

17. When the menu opens...Left click on Hide Selection.
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18. Now go to the top and find the "T" in the top Taskbar and left click on it.

19. When the Text dialog box opens up set it up just as you see it in the picture.

20. Then go to the Text Input area and type in a Capital " C".

21. Then Left Click on OK.
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