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Old Aug 7, 2005, 1:30 AM   #1
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I'm trying to improve in my frame design. The stock frames provided by the program I'm using areOK, but nothing great,so here are three frames I designed by overlapping different color sheets. Your opinions please. I'd like to know if I'm on the right track.


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What the heck. Here's one more.

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Last one, Something different.
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Personally, and generally speaking, I don't like frames. I prefer the plain picts.

However I like how you combine the color of your frame with the dominant photo color. It really enhance the picture.
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nice I like them!!!

btw how did you do your signature?
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willow1 wrote:
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nice I like them!!!

btw how did you do your signature?
Thanks.

The signature is the easiest part of the program I use "Digital Image Pro", I just create the text, choose the font and drag and size it to the area I want. I can pretty much manipulate the text any way I want, like adding a shadow, color, shape etc. (look at my avatar as a sample).
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msantos wrote:
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Personally, and generally speaking, I don't like frames. I prefer the plain picts.

However I like how you combine the color of your frame with the dominant photo color. It really enhance the picture.
Thanks.

I'm glad that my efforts helped you to like something you normally don't like...that must mean that I'm on the right track. I didn't get any comments for a long time and before you and willow commented I was feeling like nobody liked what I did, so it was going to be back to the drawing board, so thanks again for the positive comment.

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Great shots, Hiroshi! My favorite is #4 - I think the boarder really adds to it, too.

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