Tripod (and other) Q's

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  1. boonbear

    boonbear TPF Noob!

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    I have a canon xsi and I would like to get a decent and economical tripod. Any suggestions?
    Also, I have photoshop elements 7, but can I use it to make christmas cards?
    And last, what size paper is used for most xmas cards?
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  2. Jaszek

    Jaszek No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    (now I know what someone meant in the "flame" thread lol)
    Just find a frame you would like to use or make your own
    What ever you want. I've seen 4x6, 4x7(or 4x8 I dont remember), and 5x7.
     
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    KmH Helping photographers learn to fish Supporting Member

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    What counts as far as what tripod you might need is the most weight you will want to put on it so that inclusdes the camera and the heaviest lens you antisipate you'll use.

    Yes, you can use PSE7 to desigh postcards. You're only limited by your own creativity. A printer would probably prefer a vector file (Adobe Illustrator) over a raster file (Elements).

    Christmas cards come on all different sizes of card stock. Here's your chance to get "outside the box."
     

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