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Adobe Photoshop: How to Remove Unwanted Items From Photos

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I have just found out how to remove unwanted items like scars on faces, or rubbish on a lawn using Adobe Photoshop’s clone stamp.

Oh my goodness! Chickenpox!
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And now, where are they?
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Do you want to know how to do that?
Here are easy steps with pictures.

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A Very Useful Color Tool

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I found this tool at Adam Bowman’s site, and thought that it is a very useful tool for designing layouts when you don’t know color codes, such as MySpace, YouTube, or etc.

This is also useful for sites which have a limited selection of colors and support color codes. Here’s a preview:

 

See? The color code is located near the top-right. What you have to do is to add a number (#) sign before it.

Why not try it? It’s easy, simple, and nice. You can even add it to iGoogle.

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I’m Feeling Lucky (Picasa)

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Hi, just telling you how I love the ‘I’m Feeling Lucky‘ option of Picasa by Google. It simply brightens up your photo and makes it nicer.

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Before
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After
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Well, doesn’t the edited photo seem much brighter?
Look at another one:

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The Browser That I Enjoy

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The colorful thing that looks like a ball…and that it, of course, chrome21

Yes, Google Chrome!

I like it very much because it runs really fast and smooth. It also warns about risky websites that contain viruses, and tells that it is not safe, and lets you choose whether continue or not.

Also, unlike Firefox, Google Chrome lets you drag its tabs easily, if you want to swap tab places, or if you want to bring the tab away from its place to create a new window.

When a tab or more is running very slowly or is going to crash, Chrome has a ‘Crash Control‘ feature that lets you choose whether you want the tabs to stop running to prevent crashes, or wait patiently until the tabs work again. Also, when a tab is going to crash, it won’t interrupt other tabs.

It also lets you bookmark your favorite website with just a click. But what I like most about Google Chrome is: It is really fast, which means I can browse the web without my computer lagging! It also opens faster than Firefox or Internet Explorer.

And here are 9 things to love and 9 things to hate about Chrome. I hope Google would fix the ‘9-things-to-hate-about-chrome’ in their next version.