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Old 10-01-2002, 01:01 PM   #1
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Um, does anyone know if there is software where you can superimpose one photo over another. Say... a picture of a person five years ago under a picture of someone now. Or a car before and after kind of thing. Thanks!
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Microsoft photo draw will do it.... I have it at work..
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Microsoft says that'* been discontinued, so I can't get that one anymore. Thanks though!
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Photoshop, Illistrator, and Fireworks can all do this too. You can download the 30 day trails for free. You can then find the cracks for them and make them permenant if needed (but you didn't hear that from me)
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Usually its better to use Adobe Illustrator first then use Adobe Photoshop to do the clean up and make it pretty.
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Photoshop is the way....but can be rather expensive if you don't know somebody with it. I have 6.0, but I only use it for the really difficult stuff.
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I'll probably just download the trial of 7.0 to do this one project. It'* really important, needs to be done right. Then I can uninstall the trial version. I don't want to pay THAT much for photo software. I use Picture It and I really like it. It'* user friendly
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My computer just keeps getting stuff for me. Its wild kind of like a cat bringing home a bird or something. I have settled on using photo draw due to ease and space. I have the others if I need them. They are not worth the $ for the one time use user used to using other user programs like the great one use user favorite photo draw. LOL

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Photoshop, Illistrator, and Fireworks can all do this too. You can download the 30 day trails for free. You can then find the cracks for them and make them permenant if needed (but you didn't hear that from me)

I wonder where you got that from ????HMmmmm, LOL
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Photoshop, Illistrator, and Fireworks can all do this too. You can download the 30 day trails for free. You can then find the cracks for them and make them permenant if needed (but you didn't hear that from me)

I wonder where you got that from ????HMmmmm, LOL
I don't know? I just recieved some annonymous files and they some how got run and then the stuff just showed up on two different pc'*! It'* the darndest thing!

I wonder if amy_lynn needs a glitch like that?
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