Sunday, July 18

ColorInc Pro Labs Gallery Wrap Giveaway - CLOSED!

This giveaway is closed and I will be announcing the winner shortly!!!


I just received a beautiful 16x20 Gallery Wrapped Canvas from ColorInc, Pro Labs. This image
 is really special to me.  Can you guess what it is? 

OK, no more guessing.  This is a image of my husband's retina.  He even has an anomaly (an epiretinal membrane).  It might be a flaw, but it makes his eye special.  :-)  The boys and I go up to his clinic and take photos of our eyes.  Does that make us really geeky?

I love how this gallery wrap turned out.  It is simply gorgeous and looks like a modern art painting.  Look at the details and beautiful corners.


And this gallery wrap was not only delivered in just a few days, but came ready to hang.


It is fun to think outside of the box and get a gallery wrap for my walls of an image that most people would never even think about printing. I love how this turned out.  Thanks ColorInc!

The good guys at ColorInc. Pro Labs are offering my readers another amazing free giveaway! Simply comment below letting me know what freebies/tutorials you would like to see me post here on CoffeeShop (please put your email address in the comment)  and  you are entered to win one free 16x20 gallery wrap canvas. If you have ordered from ColorInc. before I would love to hear all about it!

Only comments with valid emails can win. :-) 

If you haven't ordered from ColorInc yet you should try them out. They have a special promotion for 50% off your first order, 20% off your next ten orders (see ad and coupon code on top of my blog).  You can also request five free 5x7's to make sure your monitor is calibrated correctly before placing any orders.  And become a Facebook fan, they post specials here all of the time.

I am keeping this giveaway open until Wednesday July 21st, 11PM central time.  Good luck!!!  Don't forget to include your email address in your comment.  :-)

289 comments:

  1. Oooh... that's a cool print. And I never would have guessed that it's someone's eye! :) I love canvas prints, I'd love to enter your contest. jodie (at) bissigphotography (dot) com.

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  2. What a cool I!

    I like the actions and story boards!

    reallyareyouserious at gmail dot com

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  3. I love this! I enjoy all the tutorials that you post, but would love to see some more on specific photoshop techniques. I loved learning how to use the unsharp mask to emphasize the eyes in pictures, and would love more things like that. Maybe even camera techniques, like how to shoot to capture a sunflare, or silhouette. Thank you!

    www.redladderdesign.blogspot.com

    redladderdesign (at) gmail.com

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  4. Wow, that IS stunning! I love the freebies you have to offer! I love the new Vanilla B&W, and was just hoping for something like that when you posted it :) bephotography@ymail.com
    Thanks!!

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  5. very cool. i'd love a tutorial on writing actions.
    jssckk@gmail.com

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  6. after having inflammation due to pink eye for two months i am bit obsessed with my eyes, so i would totally take pics of mine too! i would love to see a tutorial on fixing parts of skin that get a little blown out due to the sun. sometimes i don't see it in the photograph til i load them up! thanks for all you do ! your site is amazing!

    lori
    lori {at} petersonstlouis {dot} com

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  7. Love that. I need more canvas! I would love to see more actions that give a soft vintage look to the image. tiffanylovephoto@gmail.com

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  8. How gorgeous! I'd love to win one!

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  9. Very, very cool gallery wrap, I love that you used something completely unexpected. Hmmmm....I keep seeing "veils" as an editing tool, instead of actions. I would like to know more about this. Thanks for the giveaway. anitakc (at) gmail (dot) com

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  10. No special requests...I love all you actions!

    chantellemcmillan{at}gmail{dot}com

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  11. I love your free actions!

    startjumpin at gmail dot com

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  12. Can't think of any particular tutorials or freebies, just keep up the great work that you provide!
    hotphotographermom@gmail.com

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  13. That is BY FAR the coolest print i've ever seen!!!
    I have no idea what else I'd like to see come from you! You already do so much and have so many freebies!
    my email address is:
    cah (at) mts (dot) net

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  14. I love all the tutorials you do, actions too, check you often, use your "stuff" often. Thanks!
    How about some fancy HDR tutorials.

    Silisia @ rubelphotography.wordpress.com
    inhissvc@tds.net

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  15. very artsy cool.
    How about more storyboards, thumbnails, collages maybe.

    Also, HDR??

    Silisia from Rubel Photography

    inhisssvc@tds.net

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  16. Just love your storyboards...would love to see more.
    nheidemann@msn.com

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  17. I'd love to see how to do basic PSE's I'm just learning - maybe a post on basic terms and what they mean ie layers etc Thanks for the giveaway

    yellowroses021@yahoo.com

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  18. The pioneer woman action "PW's B&W" has a layer in it called "light". I am constantly running that action, then deleting the other layers. I would love to know how to get just the "light" layer.

    Thanks for all your actions! I use so many of them!

    jennyforstuff @ yahoo dot com

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  19. I'd love to see how to do basic PSE's I'm just learning - maybe a post on basic terms and what they mean ie layers etc Thanks for the giveaway

    yellowroses021@yahoo.com

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  20. I love your tutorials for teaching me so much that Photoshop is capable of doing - love it!

    elizmalexander (at) gmail dot com

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  21. Oh, that is SO cool. My optometrist told me of an artist who printed out photos of people's retinas when I commented on the abstract-art look of mine.

    Would LOVE to have a wrap!! Thanks!

    a wool wine at gmail dot com

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  22. beautiful!! :) rita, i would LOVE to have some tutorials on how to do different BW conversions! like dramatic BW, light and airy BW, etc!!! i've been having a lot of problems making them look good :)

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  23. I have gotten a picture of my eye also and think they are so cool. Would never have thought about turning it into a print. Very cool

    Love your actions and am so happy that you share them with the world! Free prints, like this one, are always fun. I never print enough of mine.

    mbphotomom3 at yahoo.com

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  24. I just placed my first order to ColorInc about 10 hours a go. A little to late for the discount though :(

    I would like to see more information about resizing images for printing purposes. I don't understand why when an image is cropped in Photoshop Elements 8 it then becomes a smaller size on my monitor. I image the image size I see on the monitor would then affect how the photo looks when printed.

    Thanks!

    http://floweringdogwood.blogspot.com/

    mladd7@gmail.com

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  25. beautiful canvas! I actually just opened an account with Color Inc and received my 5 free test prints in the mail on Saturday. They looked great and I am excited to order more fun stuff.

    Can't think of a tutorial I'd like to see. I love your Web Rounded corners and use it all the time.

    Put my name in your hat! shan979@yahoo.com

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  26. That is an awesome image! I love it!

    I would really like to see more retouching actions. A while back you said something about one coming that combines the baby powder room with perfect portrait and maybe something else. I got so excited because I always run both of those on my portraits.
    jilljames.ms@gmail.com

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  27. I'd love to see more of your actions, maybe one that gives that "Diana lens" look!
    ontheroadphotog@gmail.com

    Btw, this is the BEST website I've come across in a long time.

    Amber

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  28. You know I love everything you do and I am just waiting for the first Coffeeshop workshop in the country!! I want a gallery wrap! amandaesmith10@yahoo.com
    www.reflectionsbyamandasmith.com

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  29. What a neat print! It looks like a painting!

    I would like to learn more about Lightroom. I have been using that almost exclusively and really streamlining my editing process, but I KNOW there are still TONS of tricks and things I don't know yet!

    lauraradniecki@hotmail.com

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  30. I love all of your freebies and tutorials. I can't think of anything specific that I would want!

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  31. I would love to learn a trick about taking the glare off of glasses or how to edit them out!

    Also a new action that tends to dark complected skin!

    ellandriel@hotmail.com

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  32. that is awesome!!! I would love to see some more templates for blogs...headers and just photo layouts...

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  33. totally forgot to leave my email! its
    danilax21{at}msn{dot}com

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  34. That is awesome! What a cool idea.

    What would I like next? Honestly - I don't care! I love playing with all your "toys"! If you made me be more specific - I'd love some more of the vintagey-soft toned without the color wash overlays. (Kinda a combination of Golden Vintage with the Sweet Bakery Glazes...does that make sense?)

    bdaiss @ gmail . com

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  35. That'd be awesome to win a free canvas wrap.

    Maybe a tutorial/information on how to not overprocess a photo.

    wurfie@hotmail.com

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  36. Lovin the new vanilla action. Thanks.

    ginawhite3929@sbcglobal.net

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  37. I love your tutorials on using actions, (my goal this summer was to figure out how to install and use them! and I did thanks to you!) and actually I just enjoy reading about your life. Mom's who are "creative types" and do amazing things with their kids and still manage to blog regularly make me jealous...:o) Thanks for a cool giveaway!
    threeunderfour at gmail dot com

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  38. The picture your chose to gallery wrap is so very modern and yet so very earthy. Very cool. I have loved your blog. It's the only one I regularly check. Thank you SO much for all the lessons. I hope you and your family are getting your strength back. rebecca (at) dancinglightps (dot) com. =)

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  39. I love your actions & Storyboard ideas! I also LOVE Color Inc..helps that they are about 10 min from my house :) thanks for the give-a-way!

    paulakay9480 @ gmail . com

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  40. What an awesome giveaway! I have never heard of this site before. I am always looking for new ways to print my pictures.
    hspitzer5 at yahoo dot com

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  41. It completely cracks me up that you did a canvas retina print! I love it! I love your new tutorials on making skin better, etc. Thanks for all you do.

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  42. Thank you for the chance to win and for all of your free actions. I would love to have an action or story board (or tutorial on how to make one) with just 2 pictures to use as a before and after for edited pictures. I can never figure out what size to make them to put on Facebook or a blog. But I love to show the before and afters after I have used your actions on the pictures :)
    Sarah
    My email is sarahndipityphotography@gmail.com

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  43. SO awesome!!!! and what an amazing give away!

    I love everything on your blog- but would love more tutorials. Im [retty new to PSE so I would love to learn more about it!

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  44. I love the ones you have posted already, but more story board template would be lovely. : ) (And thank you for all of your hard work and actions! : ))

    repeatbyheart at gmail dot com

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  45. Cool canvas. I'd also love to see some tips on photography...you take such great ones of your kids.
    catlady1957 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  46. Ooh! Do I get a bonus entry for recognizing it as a retina? It is pretty cool looking.
    I'd love some in-camera tutorials, and some LR tutorials, too.
    theutahdoula at gmail .com

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  47. Who wouldn't love to win a beautiful gallery wrap?
    I have done the standout mount storyboard from ColorInc and it looks great!
    I'd love to see you write the tutorial for making actions for blogging templates!!

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  48. I would love to read some in depth Photoshop tutorials on Channels, Curves, Masks, Sharpening, skin softening, all the ways to achieve color popping, dodging and burning. Love the actions, great contest!

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  49. Love this wrap... and I'm fairly new to the site, so I don't have any suggestions for new actions/tutorials, just so thankful you're doing what you do. :-)

    kelli (at) thirdlinestudios (dot) com

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  50. Fascinating gallery wrap....the colors are amazing!

    As far as your freebies...would love to see more Lightroom stuff.

    magikalfolk@magikalfolkcrafts.com

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  51. I would love an action that would make white backdrops whiter. Seems mine always have that grey color to them. I would also love more blog tutorials to make blogs better - I am DYING for a right click protection gadget.

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  52. Great giveaway!! I am addicted to your actions plus blog :) Thank you so much!! Keep the actions coming

    littlerock2@comcast.net

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  53. I love the print!! The fact that it has such a great story makes it even better.

    I have to agree with the lens flare that someone else agreed with. Styleme3375@hotmail.com

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  54. I would love to see a tutorial on writing actions! sherri at sherridavisphotography dot com

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  55. What an awesome idea for a print! It's very artsy!

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  56. I love all your actions and tutorials. I think I've downloaded all of them and tried them on various pictures. They're great! Right now, the tutorial I'd love to see is how to seamlessly take out someone from a picture. I'm having trouble with one right now. I've tried all the free tutorials on YouTube, but they just don't work right with this picture!

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  57. I guessed what it was, but I sure would never have thought of printing that on a canvas. It does look like an abstract painting. Awesome! My email is snaphappee at gmail dot com.

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  58. Wow, you're the best! I love Color, Inc. The really do excellent work. And your husband's retina is verrrrrry cool (is it ok that I said that?). :-)

    I love all your tutorials and actions. I can't think of a thing for you to add (I would have said black and white conversions, but you've got that covered now!) OK, I'll shoot for the moon - how about a tutorial on getting skin tones right and fixing color casts? LOL

    Thank you for everything.

    mommalcat@yahoo.com

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  59. Oooh, what a fab giveaway, I love colorinc!

    gross.marie@gmail.com

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  60. Love your blog! Much thanks for the all the freebies!

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  61. Hanging somethign in your home that you created yourself means so much more than just a print, doesn't it? Especially one of a personal nature :-)

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  62. Oh my! This is wonderful! Our daughter just got married and I've been looking for a good place to get a nice canvas print.

    I don't have any action requests... I love them all. :-)

    joanielewis(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  63. I love all of the amazing things you create!! I especially love your tutorials on how to personalize your blog. Thanks for all you do! And OF COURSE I would love to win a 16x20 canvas!!

    amberlynsky@yahoo.com

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  64. Seriously? anything you do is of value to me. You always pop up a tutorial at the right time, so that's why I follow your stuff! Oh, and I would love to win a gallery wrap too!

    BIBPhotography@comcast.net

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  65. What a great choice for your gallery wrap - very unique.

    I love the PSE actions you do, I'd love to see more of them.

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  66. Neat print! I haven't ordered anything from this lab, so it'd be nice to try one! I'd love a nice 70's kind of action to get a nice yellow look......but not too yellow.

    Thanks, Mary

    mary8@charter.net

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  67. Very cool image!! I love gallery wrapped canvases!! I hope I win.
    picturethisphotographybydawn.com
    Thank you Rita!!

    I you're feeling better. I need to chat with again about my blog...when you're up to it!

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  68. Love that canvas!! Your tutorials are great too...I have learned so much! Thank you!

    sphillips1028 at msn dot com

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  69. Wow, that is an awesome canvas. I love all of it. The tutorials are what I love the best. Thanks for sharing!
    dunbar5@kanokla.net

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  70. I would love a tutorial on how to make your own action.

    I have just the photo in mind for that gallery wrapped canvas. :)

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  71. What a creative idea for a canvas!
    I would love to see actions for clean processing- just enhancing what I have!

    Thanks for sharing :)

    MeyersDVM at gmail dot com

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  72. I've been not so happy with the holga presets that I have, was wondering if you'd be able to develop a more authentic one. Thanks for everything!

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  73. I like the story board templates a lot and would love to see more variations of those. Thanks!

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  74. I have just started using Lightroom so any tutorials on what first to do with a photo in lightroom would be really helpful to me. I am going to go through the Lightroom suggestions you have already given. First I need to know what I should do first!

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  75. I'd love to see a Bokeh action for PSE. You know, for those pictures you thought should have Bokeh but your didn't set your setting correctly. :)

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  76. i would love to win one! I am ready for any and all of your PSE actions!

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  77. What a great give-away! I'm always amazed at your actions & your tutorials-you make everything easier to interpret and implement.I'd love to see more creative edges for photos.Sometimes straight edge or rounded corners just get so monotonous. I really enjoy the tutorials from guest bloggers also!
    from mmichael@cdnet.net

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  78. Love all of your freebies, especially your PSE actions! I use them all the time (love the web rounded corners!)
    flowers7886 at yahoo dot com

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  79. Very interesting! jhlemmings at yahoo.com

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  80. I love these! I would love to see more photoshop actions on your site! Thank you for sharing! ealoewen(at)liberty(dot)edu.

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  81. Pretty interesting! It would definatley be a conversation piece...I like that!

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  82. Thanks for the great giveaway! I love all of the actions that you put out for us to use. They're all great and so helpful!

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  83. The wrap is beautiful! I don't really have any suggestions for you. Just keep doing what your doing. I love all of your actions and tutorials.

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  84. oh oops...need to add thepunkymonkey (at) gmail (dot) com

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  85. Love the new canvas! I'd like to see a tutorial on how to add a patterned border to a canvas wrap. Thanks for the giveaway!

    jen@aldermanphotography.com

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  86. what a neat idea for a canvas!
    very cool!
    i would love to see some tutorials on backing u the blogs- I use wordpress tough, i don't know if it will still apply-
    i'd love to win the canvas!

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  87. I love your tutorials. I love learning how things are done and what to do to get a certain look. I am really hoping for a tutorial to that new vanilla b/w action you posted.

    smhayes1@gmail.com

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  88. Love your blog! As far as giveaways, this is perfect! I'm guessing you have a diverse group of loyal readers that range in skill and the types of software they use. But everyone can use a beautiful canvas like this! Thank you!
    janette995@yahoo.com

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  89. That is a very cool picture. I was thinking maybe it was something inside a womb..lol. Anywho...I love the tutorials you have. But me personally am new to photoshop...and was thinking could you maybe go over the use of curves. I see alot of them being used in actions..and I would like to get better knowledge of curves. I am sure there are numerous tuts. out there but you help me better understand. (larissa@paveiphotos.com)

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  90. Okay Rita, that has to be one of the most unusual things I've seen printed and enlarged. But considering what your hubby does it makes sense. Very cool conversation piece! Hope you're having a great summer and hope you all are on the mend!!
    cosibellaphoto@hotmail.com

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  91. Awesome giveaway! I know just the photo I would like to have printed on canvas. I don't have any requests for the blog, I love many of the actions you provide that I use very often.

    mrslauram @ gmail.com

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  92. I'm glad you and your family are feeling better Rita! I would like to see a tutorial on the exposure adjustment, those little black, white and gray eyedroppers only work for me sometimes...lol! Thanks for the chance to win, I have an amazing photo that I really need to get on canvas, and I have been thinking about using ColorInc, thanks to you!
    Hope I win it!
    ivy_000@yahoo dot com

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  93. I love the picture!! gm319gm "at" gmail.com

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  94. Love your actions :)

    debbielaf[at]gmail[dot]com

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  95. cool picture! I have a wall that screams for a large print. :~) I would love to see a tutorial on a general work flow for PSE. What do you do first when you sit down to edit a pic, ect?

    bobi421@yahoo.com

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  96. Great giveaway! What a lovely retina :) Any more tutorials about lighting would be great or tips on getting those tack sharp photos. Thanks! tayamg[at]gmail.com

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  97. I love the storyboards!!
    nsmorinville@gvtel.com

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  98. I love all you actions and tutorials! The Creamy Chocolate is my fav!! I'd like to see more on some basic photoshoot tools. And this giveaway is so cool!! bjbrock@yahoo.com

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  99. Awesome giveaway! I'd love any tutorial on fixing skin. Also different color pops.
    bjbrock (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  100. I would like to see a tutorial on how to create actions. Thanks for this opportunity to win a canvas print!

    sirmeyer (at) dishmail (dot) net

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  101. I'd love to see a lightroom tutorial on fixing skin. Love all the lightroom presets, too!

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  102. Which ever, how about including a curves layers (or is that always included) to use as needed.

    And I love PWs Old West but it didn't get created as pse. Maybe you could revisit that. (Or is the Old West similar to Orton?)

    Hope yall are feeling better.
    hootnanny99@yahoo.com

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  103. I have been dying to have a gallery wrap printed so a win would be great! Love all your stuff.
    bksumpter@msn.com

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  104. I would like to see a tutorial go a little deeper into actions. :)

    elizabeth dot pietrus @ gmail dot com

    THANKS!

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  105. That is soooooo awesome!
    I should take the family up to get pictures of our eyes :)

    morgankphotography @ gmail . com

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  106. I would love to win!! I can't wait to download your new BW Vanilla - I love that look! - Mandybeez at gmail

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  107. I would love to see an action that has the black/gray grit used in some sports photography, where the subject and image looks like it got a layer of charcoal rubbed on it :)

    As for tutorial, I would like to see some on writing actions!

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  108. I use ColorInc quite often and they have SUPERB turnaround time. Also I've gotten spoiled ordering their Boutique Packaging....haven't tried the gallery wrap though so would love to have one~
    I enjoy tutorials on anything that helps enhance portraits!

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  109. I really appreciate all your tutorials. Espeically the Blogger ones...
    my email is mikel.blake@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  110. I'd love to see a tutorial about how to make a black background really, really, BLACK.

    lcp673@gmail.com

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  111. I've been wanting one of these for quite a while-so hard to pick an image for one though! I would love to see some brushes on your site! Love all your actions! Thanks for the giveaway-victoria {at} vlvphotography {dot} com.

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  112. OOOOO.....good give away. I would like to see a tutorial on Noise reduction. bhjcram@live.com

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  113. Amazing print! I have a few in mind that would look great on canvas, but not as creatively as your "eye". I love your website and wish I had the talent to do the same. Thank you so much for the tutorials and actions, etc. I would love more actions because they are so much fun to try! Maybe also a tutorial on extracting out of pics or changing backgrounds (so that it looks untouched preferably, lol.) Oh gosh, and the storyboards...I can't help myself! Thanks for all your outstanding work!

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  114. I appreciate all of your tutorials on Photoshop...keep them coming - I know there is still a lot to learn! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  115. Ahh, yes, the retina - I know it well, with extreme myopia.

    Thanks for the chance to win this great gallery wrap!

    shirley_lemay at yahoo dot com

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  116. Hhhhmmmm, I'd love some photography tutorials. Oh, and maybe a tutorial on how to beat mono with 2 kids and a husband :)

    You've said so many great things about Colorinc Pro Labs that I'm finally jumping in and giving them a try!

    Kristin
    kristinmbeck@hotmail.com

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  117. Oh that is a cool print...we do the picture of the eye also...way way better than dilating the pupils!!! Anyhoo...I would love to win a canvas and I have the perfect picture to put on it.

    I love what you put on your blog and thank you so much for taking time to post free actions and tutorials...you rock!!!

    my email it tibrown@inbox.com

    Thank you again for the awesome giveaway!!!

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  118. I would love more storyboard tutorials!

    email: melissalaruephotography@gmail.com

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  119. Your print looks like wonderful modern art. Enjoy your actions so much. I'd like to know how to better achieve a painterly look in shots which then can receive a texture or textures. I've been playing with this but I'm not satisfied with what I've done so far.

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  120. Love all the stuff you share with us! Thanks for doing so much! I'd love to see an action that cleans up a not-quite-bright-white action for high key shots where the background isn't quite the high key white you need. (Does that make sense? LOL)

    Thanks for the giveaway too!

    amydphotography at gmail dot com

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  121. Love your newest BW action! Thank you.

    michelle sparks at hotmail dot com

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  122. Web Story-boards or soft vintage/hazy actions

    m_kennard@hotmail.com

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  123. What an awesome giveaway! I do lots of editing in ACR and LOVE the b/w and color pop presets. Would love to see some more vintage ones. I'm also obsessed w/your PowderRoom action. Thanks so much!

    http://brighthousephotography.com

    Sarahtcardenas{at}gmail{dot}com

    P.S. LOVE my blog...you did an awesome job! :)

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  124. I would not have guessed that was an eye!

    I'd love a tutorial on adjusting color balance...sometimes no matter what I do, my color balance is off.

    Thanks!
    bechug at yahoo dot com

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  125. I'm kinda new to this blog, but I would like to see a tutorial on how to make and save your own actions for PSE. Thanks for all the great stuff and the giveaway!!!

    Amanda
    apemberton1022 at aol dot com

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  126. I would love to see a tutorial lighting techniques. I LOVE your photoshop elements freebies! I am such an action junkie LOL.

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  127. Gimme gimme gimme:) Thanks for all the tutorials and free actions! They've helped me progress my post processing. Keep up the good work!!

    Nate at Atmosphere Photo & Design

    nate.atmosphere@gmail.com

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  128. I love the actions and the tutorials. :) Thanks

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  130. I love your actions and tutorials! I was out on a drive yesterday and got a picture of a mama elk and her spotted baby, but when we stopped the truck, all the dust enveloped us and them, I haven't seen the picture on my computer yet, but I'm sure its a little cloudy! I was thinking I'd have to try to clean it up some, so that is what I'd like a tutorial on! :) might be a tall order!
    holly(dot)colvin at gmail dot com
    thank you for all the freebies on your site!

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  131. The storyboard actions make life so easy...would love to see more! I love the gallery wrap!

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  132. I love when you post new Storyboards!!

    ninesixteenstudios@gmail.com

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  133. I would like to see more storyboards that have neat borders (like the polaroid one). I don't know if this is your expertise or not, but I'd be interested in your take on colour correcting your monitor. I'm trying to do just that and it's driving me crazy!

    jfouty@telus.net

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  134. Great giveaway! I'd like to see more free collage actions. Thank you for all that you do!

    kellydecoteau at gmail dot com

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  135. I love all your vintage-inspired actions.

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  136. Awesome giveaway. :) I love the 'unwrapped' tutorials!

    stevellenk@gmail.com

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  137. seYour photo is stunning, even more so because it means something so special to you! I am looking for a new place for gallery wraps, I am going to go check them out! Thanks so much!
    alisondouglassphotography at gmail dot com

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  138. I love the canvas print giveaways the best!!

    cassiedianne at aol dot com

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  139. Your hot cocoa action is still my fave, I use it all the time! Nancy
    thephotocottage@yahoo.com

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  140. Your hot cocoa action is still my fave, I use it all the time! Nancy
    thephotocottage@yahoo.com

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  141. I have a HUGE print of my dog hanging in my bedroom that was treated with your toffee latte action.
    Janell
    nellybean96@gmail.com

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  142. That is an AWESOME wrap!! I would love to have one of my eye! :)
    I love the storyboards maybe if you could do a 12x12 one with 9 blocks for images and have the option of square corners, rounded, & a slight rounded corner for the images. Thanks for all you do!
    xtremephotography@live.com

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  143. I'd love to see a tutorial geared to PSE users who are NEW to actions, textures, etc. I feel so lost - love what you do with photos, but honestly don't know where to start!

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  144. Awesome giveaway!

    I love your vintage actions and all of you tutorials.

    sereinalovesvintage{at}gmail{dot}com

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  145. oops! hit publish before I left my email - scrapdreams at verizon dot net.

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  146. What a cool piece of art! I'm really diggin' your new Vanilla b&w action!!! Thanks so much!
    erinnormanphotography (at) gmail (dot) com. Oh and Pick me Pick me pick me!!!!!!

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  147. I love all your actions! I am just learning and don't have a lot of time so I feel like progress is slow. I use PSE and would love any tutorials you do!

    jrwomeldorf@hotmail.com

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  148. What great timing, I have been considering getting a canvas print and wasn't sure who to order it through! Thanks for the coupon code! As for tutorials I'd like to see... i'll put in another vote for photography. not necessarily the basics, but discussions about how you acheived specific photos. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  149. Excellent giveaway! Canvas prints make every photo look like art, I think. I don't request anything in particular as far as tutorials and future blog posts. Just keep doing what you're doing. :)

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  150. I knew what the photo was! (My hubby is an ophthalmologist.)What an awesome idea for wall art!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    arico2000 (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  151. Love love love your actions and tutorials. The giveaways are pretty grand, too!

    Sdlind@fiberpipe.net

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  152. Canvas wraps rock! I would love to enter this contest. Thanks for being so generous with your photoshop actions and tutorials! I would love to see more storyboard actions that get your images blog-ready in a snap!
    shlm@hotmail.com

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  153. How about some sparkly eye tutorials! I haven't mastered it yet!
    Kasieam21 at yahoo dot com

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  154. Love the photo! I, too, have an anomaly, a tangle of blood vessels, but I never thought to make an abstract art piece of it! Great give-a-way!
    msclmom at gmail dot com

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  155. Oh wow... you have so much stuff up here, I can't think of anything else! Can I just ask for more?

    mrsmegbateman@gmail.com

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  156. Wow, I never would have guessed it was an eye. Pretty nifty. I'd be delighted to enter your giveaway. I love canvas art! ;)

    nocalshello@gmail.com

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  157. I absolutely love your site and check it almost daily! I have found the actions and storyboards very very useful! I would love to see more templates for cards (Birth announcement, holiday...etc.) I would also love an action just for eyes (speaking of them). Thanks again for all you do!!!

    isabellenigro@comcast.net

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  158. Oh that is awesome! I love those printed canvases!!

    I'm still a newbie to your site and haven't dug through all of your goodies, but I would love to know how your sort/organize all your photos. Not sure if you've already covered that.

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  159. you may have this tutorial up already and I just may not have seen it, but I would like one to teach me how to reduce noise in PSE. I love all your actions and tutorials and check your blog every day! thanks for the free goodies!! maryrosebrame@gmail.com

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  160. so so awesome! i'd love to have a canvas like that...well, maybe not with your husbands retina! :)

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  161. So cool! Love ALL your work. I would love to have a storyboard template! Keep up the great work!

    Crystal Brisco
    crystalbriscophotography@comcast.net
    Memphis, TN

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  162. Great photo and wonderful print! I'm recently new to your blog and enjoying my visit, have you listed as "cozy reads" on my sidebar.

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  163. I don't have a request since I have not gotten to use your actions yet. I need to get a program first.

    bandkgriff at yahoo.com

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  164. I love the photoshop actions, tutorials, and storyboards! And really, I love anything free so thanks! :)

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  165. charlotteinkennesaw@gmail.com

    I would love to see more tutorials on how to work with your(my) blog.:o)

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  166. Very cool image for a gallery wrap!

    I'd love to see more storyboards! I love your boards and use them all the time. Thanks for all your hard work!

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  167. I love all your actions and tutorials, you have taught me so much! I would love to see more Black and White actions, they are my favorite!
    keegankelly@yahoo.com

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  168. Actions, actions, and more actions! I love them!! Thanks for the chance to win!! I would love to have a gallery wrapped photo!! michels1@netins.net

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  169. Great giveaway. I'd love to see something about white balance, getting perfect kin tones, removing color cast on skin. Thanks!!!!

    ashley at ashleygillett dot com

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  170. I love all that you do! I would love to see more canvas give-aways like this one!!! Thanks

    Traca Miller
    tracamillerphotography at gmail dot com

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  171. I love using all the actions (in PSE), so I'd love to see more but I don't have any preference for what type :)

    email: cielosazules (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  172. Love your new canvas..very cool! I would like to see a tutorial on how to make/add a navbar on blogger and also maybe one on how to make a flash picture header! Thanks for all you do! :)

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  173. I would love to see a tutorial on how to make story boards. Thanks for all you do.

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  174. I love your free actions and use them all the time! I would love to see you post an action that is colored but creamy like a cotton candy type look. I would also like you to post more tutorials on how to do things like change backgrounds and such in photoshop! Thank you!!!

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  175. I would love to see more storyboards!

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  176. wow. crazy photo! would love to win the wrap...love the actions..there are a few i use on almost every single photo!

    lmsmiley at surewest dot net

    i'm wondering if there is a straight color pop without sharpening and darkening,etc. just a super pop?

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  177. I love this giveaway, I would like to see more canvas print giveaways.

    vflores03 at gmail dot com

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  178. I love all your actions! Can't think of anything specifically to ask for! Love 'em all! And I use them ALL the time!
    crazywkids at gmail dot com

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  179. I would love a tutorial on how to get a good silhouette image out of a profile shot - love your site!

    jodi (at) back40life (dot) com

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  180. I would love to see a tutorial on proper use of a gradient map adjustment layer in Photoshop.

    Cool print!

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  181. His retina? No way? That is awesome. I would love to see more on curves or more on blog boards etc. I love you blog!
    Thanks johannaburleson at yahoo . com

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  182. That's a great piece of art... I love it! Thanks so much for all of the freebies you offer and for the informative posts... I love your site. Thank you so much for the chance to win this gallery wrap canvas!
    tarabirlew@gmail.com

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  183. Hi! I just started following your blog, and I saw that you had a Vanilla B&W post recently. I wanted to learn more about that!

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  184. I love your actions! My favorite is "Perfect Portrait" - I don't know if you could improve on it! :)

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  185. I would love to see more stroyboard actions!!!

    Thanks for all your hard work.

    John Sturgis Photography
    john@johnsturgisphotography.com

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  186. Ok, that is an awesome picture and I NEVER would have guessed what that is.

    I'd love to see an action that has varying types of glow to it. So you can adjust how much of a glow you want on your picture. I love the vintage actions you do too, so more of those would be awesome.

    osugirl713@hotmail.com

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  187. I love canvas prints. I would love to enter the contest. Christal_houghtelling@yahoo.com

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  188. That is AWESOME gallery wrap!! So great to hear you were happy with the quality and the ready-to-hang is a big perk. Thank you for letting us know about ColorInc Pro Labs. I love seeing the freebies on the PSE actions. Here's my suggestion - can you do a tutorial plus action for those cool photo cubes? Think it would be a neat thing to use. Just a thought :) Thank you! my email is: jsrm4@yahoo.com or jsrm4 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  189. How do we make a crooked key line that doesn't look as formal as a straight one? Thanks. lowson@swbell.net

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  190. what would I like to see more of: more freebies for lightroom and tutorials for said lightroom presets. FOr some reason I can never get anything to work out right.

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  191. Wow is that an amazing gallery wrap! I've been wanting to make one of my photos into a gallery wrap.

    I would love to try and makeover my blog on my own. Any and all tips/helpful hints on doing this is always welcome.

    loveletterstochina@hotmail.com

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  192. I would LOVE one of these gallery wraps!

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  193. Don't enter me, I won the other one.

    BUT! I had to say, I knew what it was, and only because I HATE getting my eyes checked, even typing this out and TALKING about, they start to water. Dr. says I have such light, and light sensitive eyes, they just water. So, all that need to open them, and they shine a light, yeah, worse sort of fun.

    Well, my last visit, he felt sorry for me and did the scan for free. He joked, how I should offer THESE to clients!!!! So, this was TOO funny to see, you actually had one printed!!!!

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  194. I love all of what you do. But I would love if you could teach us how to make our own actions to share with the world. Thanks a bunch.

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  195. What an interesting choice to have gallery wrapped. What a conversation starter that will be!

    I really enjoy all of the actions you have. I would love to see a tutorial on B&W and the various ways you can make a photo B&W and why you should choose one way over another, etc.

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  196. I love this picture. I would have never guessed what it was. I love all your PSE actions and tutorials. I would love to win a canvas print. rbseamans@sbcglobal.net

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