I know it works with fabric, and I have been searching all night, but I cant find the answer, I have some really nice paper I've been cutting lovely lacy flower shapes out of, and I want to adhere them to the walls, but I want to be able to remove them as easily as you could with fabric. I know I can use contact paper, but I looove the texture of the paper and I don't want to loose that quality....
You have to do some photoshopping of your photos. This doesn't have so much to do with computer calibrations but with lighting and other camera factors.
I have adobe photoshop, but I've found that the easiest thing to do is to drag the pic onto my desktop. (I have windows XP) and use the windows software to "Enhance color". This option has you click on an area of the photo that is white and all the other colors will calibrate. It doesn't always come out right, but it works pretty well. [/quote]
i have photoshop too, but i have a macbook, and iphoto has enhance and i dont like what it does, i think i will just start fresh, if you photoshop too much you can tell and it looks soooo bad (im an art major going through and art major crisis of knowing too much about everything nd not knowing what to do wit it thats why im crafting and not painting...)
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Your color is a bit off... at least on my computer. One pair of your earrings is purple and gray , but it looks like cream to me. You should include more information about materials in your description. Earring wearers need to know what kind of metal is in the hooks and the fiber content of the thread.
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thanks!!!! but how do i fix the color calibration??? my camera and my computer and my scanner and printer are all adobe 1998 which is pretty standard calibration...
this is my first pattern to be understood by other people so here it goes.....
i followed the divine hat pattern, (ttp://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=202060.msg2155693#msg2155693) but instead of putting the dc in that one space i put one in each space, between the legs of the dc in the previous row so:
size k needle, grey simply soft yarn make magic circle, and dc crochet 15sts in the circle, close the circle.
round 1 : fpdc in evry dc(15 fpdc) round 2: [fpdc, dc in space, fpdc] around (30 sts, 15 dc, 15 fpdc) round 3 and 4: [fpdc, dc in space between fpdc an dc in previous row] around (30 sts, 15 fdc, 15 fpdc) round 5 and 6: [fpdc, dc in space between fpdc, dc in the next space] around (15 fpdc, 30 dc) rounds 7-9:[fpdc, dc in space between next 3 dc]around (15 fpdc, 45 dc) rounds 10-13:[fpdc, dc in space between next 4 dc ] around (15 fpdc, 60 dc) round 14-18:[fpdc, dc in space between next 5 dc ] around (15 fpdc, 75 dc) round 19: sc2tog around (you might have one lonely st hanging ouc, just sc him) (45 sts) round 20: s2tog, sc till 2 sts left (41?) sc2tog (43) round 21: sc 21 sc2tog sc 20 (42 sts) round 22-24: fpdc, bpdc around.
round 20-23 are kinda fuzzy, if you know how many sc you need to have a hat that fits you, dec evenly over 2 or 3 rows till you have enough.