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    How a heading picture should look like for a pottery website ? I just started this site and I don't know what to put there Somebody help ....

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    I would guess a picture of a pottery wheel/worker making on of their products or something similar? if not some mixed images of their products. Try to show off what is best about the company.
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    Thank you very much for your idea. How can I do that ? What software do I need ?

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    all you need is a digital camera.
    or if you want to edit it then you will need to get a editing program
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    I already have a digital camera but I was thinking to put some effects to create a more attractive image. What editing software should I use ?

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    ummmm..
    i really dont know any.
    try searching on google or download.com
    theres bound to be some good ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IuliaT
    I already have a digital camera but I was thinking to put some effects to create a more attractive image. What editing software should I use ?
    what kind of affects area you talking about here?

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    I don't know because I am not that good. If I was I didn't have to ask you about it. Do you have something in mind?

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    If you're editing images, the best software out there, in my opinion, (and I think misterphotoshop would agree) is Adobe PhotoShop. CS (creative suite) is the newest edition, but any thing over 6 will probably serve your purpose.

    Also, when you're thinking of images, think outside the box. Not only do you want pottery, of course, what about some kids at a pottery wheel? or a mosaic? or a firey-hot kiln? or a happy family hanging out on the porch?

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    Ok. So Photoshop could be a good choice. Noted. thanks.


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