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apfersic
« on: September 22, 2004 09:36:24 AM »

I got a digital camera almost two years ago, and to say I have a lot of pictures is an understatement.  Right now I am living in a dorm, but this summer I'll be getting my own apartment.  Does anyone have any creative ideas of what I can do with all of these pictures?  It would have to be something inexpensive as well b/c I'm a pretty poor college student.  Thanks so much!
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« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2004 10:16:08 AM »

haha yeah, I have just over 5500 pictures on my computer as of today.  Love those digital cameras.  Last year in the dorms I got a clothesline & clothespins & strung a row of pictures over my bed, across 1 of the walls.  You could probably string them all the way around the top of your room if you wanted.  What kind of photo editing software do you have?  I did all my clothesline pictures to where 1 thing was in color & the rest of the picture was black & white...it was like a game to everyone, lol.  My roommate's friend also decoupaged a collage of photos on the top of a little side table as a gift for her.  If you want to get reeeeeeeeally ambitious, you could always tint your photos on the computer & arrange them on your wall to make a mosaic-looking big image.  Remember those things?  You'll see them every once in a while as magazine ads or what-not...anyway, I hope this helps!  Have fun taking more pictures!
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« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2004 08:38:37 PM »

I did all my clothesline pictures to where 1 thing was in color & the rest of the picture was black & white...it was like a game to everyone, lol. 

what's the best way to do this? there are soooo many things i'd love to be able to do in photoshop.

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If you want to get reeeeeeeeally ambitious, you could always tint your photos on the computer & arrange them on your wall to make a mosaic-looking big image.  Remember those things?  You'll see them every once in a while as magazine ads or what-not.

i had a computer program back in the day that made a photo mosaic out of any digital pic you wanted. it was really cool, i wish i still had it. but i digress...
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« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2004 07:52:21 PM »

I think that you are looking for something like this : http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=9333.0
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