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  1. I had that problem too, i had to resize all my photos and save them separately and then import them into a new layer. I hope that helps.
  2. I like it. I found that the drop shadow plugin is much better suited for this application. Sorry i didn't post or mention anything about that. The link to the plugin is: viewtopic.php?t=1411
  3. Oh. Awesome! I'll use that from now on! :o
  4. Great job! I like the shadows. Did you use the same technique?
  5. This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it This is my very first tut. I am in a photography group and i needed to create something original. I tried to make it worth your time, and pretty easy to follow. Here we go then! Before you start, you will need the Shadow plugin. Here is the finished product! Step 1: First I like to start with a gradient so that it's no so bland. you can use what you like. Step 2: second I add a picture in a new layer and resize it to a size that i am happy with.
  6. I haven't seen it any where, may be i have skipped over it :? but i wanted to know if there was a way to set the new image sizes to what ever size i wanted, so that when i start a new image i don't have to reenter the image attributes every time. Thank you.
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