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Looks great! I think I like the fogs on a SSM.
 

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looks sweeeet
 

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Whatever software was used to resize the photos should never be used again


Sweet stock SSM, now do smth cool with it - like replace the huge stock XM antenna with a tiny one.
 

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Originally posted by zoltiz@Nov 17 2004, 10:04 AM
Whatever software was used to resize the photos should never be used again


Sweet stock SSM, now do smth cool with it - like replace the huge stock XM antenna with a tiny one.
I'll be sure to tell Bill next time I see him that MS Photo Editor sucks. What do you recommned for reducing image size?
 

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Originally posted by LextC+Nov 18 2004, 08:43 AM-->QUOTE (LextC @ Nov 18 2004, 08:43 AM)
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@Nov 17 2004, 10:04 AM
Whatever software was used to resize the photos should never be used again


Sweet stock SSM, now do smth cool with it - like replace the huge stock XM antenna with a tiny one.
I'll be sure to tell Bill next time I see him that MS Photo Editor sucks. What do you recommned for reducing image size? [/b]
Hehe. Bill probably knows. I think even MSPaint is better than that, at least I don't remember having these horrible pixelated ladders on the edges of objects.

See if your camera came with some sort of photo-editing software - that would be a start, or even better - Picasa - http://www.picasa.com/ free and excellent for digital photo managent - it's no photoshop, but helps organize the photos nicely and create photo albums.
 

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I am a big fan of ACDSee for basic image manipulation. I even bought a registered copy.
 

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Originally posted by basilisk4@Nov 18 2004, 10:37 AM
I am a big fan of ACDSee for basic image manipulation. I even bought a registered copy.
ACDSee is a great tool. Totally agree. I used since 96 or so up till XP came out with a decent viewer.
 

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The shots were taken with my Canon S50. The camera did come with photo editing software which I've never bothered to use. Yeah, I'm a real amateur


Thanks for the info guys - I'll be sure to check out this software as well as the photo editing software that came with my camera.
 
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