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Member Since 23 Oct 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 24 2015 08:51 PM

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In Topic: 12X12 Printing In Australia

17 July 2015 - 02:25 PM

When i have created them the size is 12x12 inch, so should edit them to allow bleed cut offs or leave it as is?

It depends on who will be doing the printing.  Most photo labs that do 12x12 full bleed, do so by enlarging your JPG slightly to print past the 12x12 area, then they trim down to the 12x12 area, thus ensuring no white margins.


So yes, you must compensate for this by making sure nothing important is too close to the edge where it would get cut off.


On the other hand, if you send your order to be printed exactly 12x12 onto oversize paper where there will be white margins that you will trim off yourself, then you can leave your JPG as is.

In Topic: Tuesday Newsletter Challenge 6/23/15

23 June 2015 - 07:54 PM

Gave myself a photoshop pedi!



In Topic: Removing People From A Photo Using Pse

25 May 2015 - 01:59 PM

I didn't know that my PSE8 had SceneCleaner until you posted this thread.  For me, it was available under Guided Edit, so I never would have seen it had I not specifically looked for it.


People often give me a photo in which they want something removed.  Unfortunately, they can't provide another photo showing what was behind the object they want removed.


Thank you for sharing this.  I learned something new :yippee:

In Topic: Samsung Galaxy Tab4

23 May 2015 - 12:44 AM

Hi, Jean,


Check out the info here:


For iOS devices, see the second set of instructions.

In Topic: Pse13 Accessing Program Files

22 May 2015 - 09:53 PM

Thanks for that youtube link, Marti.  It shows me that my PSE8 is quite different when it comes to the Photobook creation feature.  I do not have a choice between basic and advanced mode.  Mine is just basic, so no layers palette, no brushes...


Watching that video did give me a workaround for adding my own background.  File> Place... choose your background paper and it is added to the page.  Size and position it to cover up the current background.


At the very end of his video, he says the trick to creating JPGs is to use the "Save for the Web" command.  So that's a good thing to know!