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Description: Robin, I'd like you to think that I have a firm grip on everything you gave us in Lesson 2,and I knew exactly what I was doing. But I have to tell you some of the results sort of "happened" and I liked them so I kept them. For example, when I pasted my photo to the business card blank it was huge and as I was transforming it I saw it at the stage where you see it now and I just knew that was what I wanted. I ended up cropping the main photo and resizing it to fit the card. Also, I kept the opaque rectangular vector element visible for the same reason: I liked the way it looked. I used the grid to help me align the text and played around a lot, trying most of the effects you recommended. I used three colors, chosen from the lily, for the text. This is a fabulous lesson.
Uploaded on 7/16/2007 4:36:37 PM

Made with Canon PowerShot SD900 (IXUS 900 Ti) Digital Camera

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