Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by er111a, Dec 15, 2008.
what do you all think
I like the idea, but I'm having a hard time reading the text
thanks for the feed back
I think you spelled Cinderella wrong in the title.
i guess i dont get it, cause this is a photo forum.. not a photoshop forum....
however, i gotta be honest, i'm not a fan... the font is very hard to read and the picture of cinderella looks like you scanned it from a coloring book.... it just strikes me as someone wanting to make a fancy poster, but didn't... sorry... it looks like its an ad for something, and I wouldnt want to use a poster like this to advertise my events... mind you.. i've spent a lot of time learning photoshop, and when i make posters for events i put HOURS into them
they arent great, but they are clear, and state the event clearly
I can barely read it.
You know, Er, you've been told before that this is inappropriate for this site, and if you must insist on posting this stuff that you could at leas post it in the forums on this site intended for off-topic stuff.
I find your insistance upon continuing to post these things, frankly, rather rude.
This isn't even getting into the "quality" of the item in question, or the fact that you're ripping off Disney trademarks.
You beat me to it... LOL.. It's right there for you to look at.... CInderella...
Not something anyone would look at passing by, and if they did they would give up on trying to read it.
Make it simple and appealing.
This isn't the right forum for that anyways and it has nothing to do with photography at all.
CHRIS (manaheim), your back... havent seen you on here in a while
why would you bump... people commented, and told you that they didnt like it.. were you hoping bumping would find someone who liked it, even though its really not good...
Yeah, combination of being busy in life and the storms here has kinda knocked me off the forums a bit. Even when I've been on I've only posted 1-2 times a day or so. Way under my usual 40,000.
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