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  • Recommendations for a baseball card program/template

    Hello,

    I want to make baseball cards of some photos I have. I am also a complete neophyte when it comes to Photoshop-type programs. If someone can suggest a program (preferably cheap/free) that would fit my needs and skill level, that would be greatly appreciated.
    "Heck, all I got was a $100 check. I should have kept it and framed it, but I had to eat".

    Infielder Bob Hegman, when asked if he received a World Series ring for playing one inning of one game with the World
    Champion 1985 Kansas City Royals.

  • #2
    There is a freeware program similar to Photoshop called GIMP. There is also an online-based photo editor called Pixlr ( http://pixlr.com/ ). The key is to get in there and play around with them.
    The Writer's Journey

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    • #3
      the gimp is absolutely awesome, but the learning curve is steeper than photoshop. Personally, i think it's worth it to set aside five or six hours to learn how to use the program properly. It's free, so it's missing a lot of photoshop's features, but it's awesome in that there's a lot of community developed *plugins* that allow you to do one click filters and make cool looking pictures. At that point, you've got yourself a neat looking baseball card and all you have to do is type and copy and paste some logos.
      www.toppsarchives.com -- baseball checklists and front and back scans for the past 50 years.
      ...and!

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      • #4
        Hi, Here is a list- Free photo editor. Hope it will help you to finish your work

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        • #5
          the gimp is absolutely awesome, but the learning curve is steeper than photoshop. Personally, i think it's worth it to set aside five or six hours to learn how to use the program properly. It's free, so it's missing a lot of photoshop's features, but it's awesome in that there's a lot of community developed *plugins* that allow you to do one click filters and make cool looking pictures. At that point, you've got yourself a neat looking baseball card and all you have to do is type and copy and paste some logos.

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          • #6
            the gimp is absolutely awesome, but the learning curve is steeper than Photoshop. Personally, i think it's worth it to set aside five or six hours to learn how to use the program properly. It's free, so it's missing a lot of Photoshop's features, but it's awesome in that there's a lot of community developed *plugins* that allow you to do one click filters and make cool looking pictures. At that point, you've got yourself a neat looking baseball card and all you have to do is type and copy and paste some logos.

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