cookie smalls Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 9:40pm
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Im wanting to build a website to display the work i have done to potential customers who may not have FB or Instagram. However the pics that I have taken are usually taken right after its made with a mess in the background of baking stuff icon_sad.gif Id like to edit them to have the background blurred or background removed. Besides photshoop (which is an arm and a leg) are there any other websites that I can have my pictures edited or edit myself? Also does anyone know of a good website builder for FREE or for a reasonable price?

 

HELP!!!

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AZCouture Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 10:01pm
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Originally Posted by cookie smalls 

Im wanting to build a website to display the work i have done to potential customers who may not have FB or Instagram. However the pics that I have taken are usually taken right after its made with a mess in the background of baking stuff icon_sad.gif Id like to edit them to have the background blurred or background removed. Besides photshoop (which is an arm and a leg) are there any other websites that I can have my pictures edited or edit myself? Also does anyone know of a good website builder for FREE or for a reasonable price?

 

HELP!!!

Dedicate a space that is clutter free, or can easily be cleaned quickly, and take your pic there. That's a lot easier and nicer looking than a picture that's been messed with. In my opinion, a picture that looks messed with makes me wonder why, ya know? For the photos you already have that are cluttered up, try picmonkey.com or ribbet.com

Graceann82 Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 10:18pm
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AI bought some sturdy white fabric from the craft store, I drape a kitchen chair then put it in front on our big window to take the pictures. . Hope this helps :)

FH_Cakes Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 10:24pm
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FotoFlexer.com is where I do my photo editing..I love it!

dkltll Posted 7 Feb 2013 , 11:28pm
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I bought a science project board from Michael's to use as a backdrop (very helpful). I also use picmonkey.com it's very user friendly.

cookie smalls Posted 8 Feb 2013 , 4:29pm
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Thank you so much ALL ....very very much appreciated! going today to buy the project boards! icon_biggrin.gif

cookie smalls Posted 8 Feb 2013 , 4:29pm
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Originally Posted by AZCouture 

Dedicate a space that is clutter free, or can easily be cleaned quickly, and take your pic there. That's a lot easier and nicer looking than a picture that's been messed with. In my opinion, a picture that looks messed with makes me wonder why, ya know? For the photos you already have that are cluttered up, try picmonkey.com or ribbet.com

Thank you so much!!!! Your work is beautiful!

costumeczar Posted 8 Feb 2013 , 9:42pm
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Definitely get a backdrop instead of messing up your pictures. Online photo editing services degrade your   pictures. If you use them make sure to keep a copy of the original file so that you'll have the original if you need it (sometimes I get requests form magazines or whatever and they usually need larger files that haven't been messed with.)

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