Snapshot Magic

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ed
Feb 10, 2004
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Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.

http://www.snapshotmagic.com

Must-have mockup pack for every graphic designer 🔥🔥🔥

Easy-to-use drag-n-drop Photoshop scene creator with more than 2800 items.

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Ian Firth
Feb 10, 2004
In article , eds711
@earthlink.net says…

Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.

If by "fascinating" you mean "lame cut and paste", then yes, that’s a good site.


Regards,
Ian Firth
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Roberto
Feb 10, 2004
I have to agree with Ian. Not very impressive. The cut and paste example on the main page doesn’t even match the lighting. It looks like two people dressed up for the opera standing in front of a matte painting at a photographer. It hardly looks like they are really there.

Anyone with half a brain could do this in Photoshop and do a better job to boot.

Jerry

"ed" wrote in message
Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.
http://www.snapshotmagic.com

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ausclicks
Feb 10, 2004
Terribly unkind comments are not the least bit helpful to someone starting on a job.
Yes, there certainly is room for improvement in several areas but nothing deserving of such ridicule as these previous posters have heaped on you.

My advise is to moderate the website, learn about lighting effects and how to use them to mimic the real world and *then* you apply your techniques. Basically I’d say there is a need for this type of service. How you would tap a market is the real trick to success.

Good Luck!
Douglas
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"nospam" wrote in message
I have to agree with Ian. Not very impressive. The cut and paste example
on
the main page doesn’t even match the lighting. It looks like two people dressed up for the opera standing in front of a matte painting at a photographer. It hardly looks like they are really there.
Anyone with half a brain could do this in Photoshop and do a better job to boot.

Jerry

"ed" wrote in message
Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.
http://www.snapshotmagic.com

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JJS
Feb 10, 2004
"nospam" wrote in message
I have to agree with Ian. Not very impressive. The cut and paste example
on
the main page doesn’t even match the lighting. It looks like two people dressed up for the opera standing in front of a matte painting at a photographer. It hardly looks like they are really there.
Anyone with half a brain could do this in Photoshop and do a better job to boot.

Half a brain? True. But that is half the population – a huge market. Bummer, eh?
IF
Ian Firth
Feb 11, 2004
In article <_MbWb.50981$>,
says…

Terribly unkind comments are not the least bit helpful to someone starting on a job.

On the contrary, it makes them realize they should go back to their day job.

Yes, there certainly is room for improvement in several areas but nothing deserving of such ridicule as these previous posters have heaped on you.

So I should lie, and tell them it doesn’t suck ass ?
Sorry, when people spam this group with ads for their crap work, they get my honest opinion.


Regards,
Ian Firth
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ausclicks
Feb 11, 2004
Oh…
Now I remember, you’re the one charged with policing of the Internet, right? DM
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"Ian Firth" wrote in message
In article <_MbWb.50981$>,
says…

Terribly unkind comments are not the least bit helpful to someone
starting
on a job.

On the contrary, it makes them realize they should go back to their day job.

Yes, there certainly is room for improvement in several areas but
nothing
deserving of such ridicule as these previous posters have heaped on you.

So I should lie, and tell them it doesn’t suck ass ?
Sorry, when people spam this group with ads for their crap work, they get my honest opinion.


Regards,
Ian Firth
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tom187
Feb 11, 2004
"Douglas MacDonald" wrote:

Oh…
Now I remember, you’re the one charged with policing of the Internet, right? DM

What is that supposed to mean? Expressing one’s opinion has nothing to do with "policing."

Some dim bulb came into a group full of graphics professionals and experienced users of Photoshop trying to sell third-rate crap. They weren’t looking for help and apparently were clueless enough to believe that their work had some monetary value. I thought it bordered on insulting to the professionals here. Others have expressed their opinions regarding the work and the behavior.

Oh, never mind, now I remember … you’re the one charged with criticizing people for expressing their honest opinions, right? ——————————-
Tom

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Alan D-W
Feb 11, 2004
"Douglas MacDonald" wrote in message
Oh…
Now I remember, you’re the one charged with policing of the Internet,
right?
DM

Come on! That’s just a plain old silly comment. What has policing the internet got to do with responding to a spammer who, frankly, should have got his skill act together before claiming to the world at large that he can do what he perfectly obviously can’t do.
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Limey
Feb 11, 2004
Are you sorry you asked??
Harry
"ed" wrote in message
Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.
http://www.snapshotmagic.com

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zac
Feb 12, 2004
Fascinating?!

ROFL

"ed" wrote in message
Check out this site that does some fascinating things with Photoshop.
http://www.snapshotmagic.com

TB
The Barron
Feb 28, 2004
So I should lie, and tell them it doesn’t suck ass ?
Sorry, when people spam this group with ads for their crap work, they get my honest opinion.


Regards,
Ian Firth

It’s not your honest opinion to which most of us take offense. It’s your crude, hateful, vulgar, insensitive and obnoxious way of expressing it.


Jerry Anderson

I remember 911

Must-have mockup pack for every graphic designer 🔥🔥🔥

Easy-to-use drag-n-drop Photoshop scene creator with more than 2800 items.

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