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  1. tinacolada

    tinacolada TPF Noob!

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    Hey All! Just wondering if anyone can give me some advise on some borders. I have been looking into purchasing a border package but I am running into trouble with getting all I want out of the packages. I would like some sloppy borders and then some fancier ones, scoll design etc. If anyone has any experience with this I would appreciate some insight.
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    Tina
     
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    I wish I could help... but maybe I'm not the only one confused by your question - what kind of borders do you speak of?

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    What I am refering to is pre-made digital borders I will try to find one for a link.
     
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    Ahh okay - I just wasn't sure....

    I never liked them because unless the print was in a clear plastic frame they always seem to fight the frame for attention. I use borders on some posters I have done, but not for regular prints. I would guess they have a place - I'd also like to know who uses them and how... good topic!

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    i use borders on prints i sell or on poster sized enlargements i hang on my own wall.
    I think adding a border gives an image a more professional look and takes away from the amateurish feel of just a large photo.
    I have a standard one that i use but it's fairly close to others i've seen.
    for examples check my site and go to the "purchase" section. All the images there have borders.
     
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    I'm not sure about the fancier ones, but Kevin Kubota sells a sloppy border package on his website.
     

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