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Smart Photo Editor has turned an otherwise dull, unremarkable image into what I think is quite an attractive picture, reminiscent of an old master's sketch.  It's not going to win any prizes, but it looks very nice printed about A4 size on a textured paper, mounted with a deep-cut off-white mount and framed in an old gold swept frame of the sort you can pick up in any junk shop or auction for a few quid. I'm not an agent for Smart Photo Editor, but if you enjoy photography yourself but are nervous about using Photoshop with its steep learning curve, do give SPE a go - it's incredibly easy to use, very cheap and great fun, with thousands of templates at your fingertips from users worldwide. 

The shot was taken on the curiously named - given that there's nothing here - Cake Steet, just outside Laxfield.
Smart Photo Editor has turned an otherwise
dull, unremarkable image into what I think is
quite an attractive picture, reminiscent of an
old master's sketch. It's not going to win any
prizes, but it looks very nice printed about A4
size on a textured paper, mounted with a
deep-cut off-white mount and framed in an
old gold swept frame of the sort you can pick
up in any junk shop or auction for a few quid.
I'm not an agent for Smart Photo Editor, but if
you enjoy photography yourself but are nervous about using Photoshop with its steep
learning curve, do give SPE a go - it's incredibly easy to use, very cheap and great fun,
with thousands of templates at your fingertips from users worldwide. Try the 'Before
and After' link (below) to see the difference...
The shot was taken on the curiously named - given that there's nothing here - Cake Steet,
just outside Laxfield.
Smart Photo Editor has turned an otherwise dull, unremarkable image into what I think is quite an attractive picture, reminiscent of an old master's
sketch. It's not going to win any prizes, but it looks very nice printed about A4 size on a textured paper, mounted with a deep-cut off-white mount and
framed in an old gold swept frame of the sort you can pick up in any junk shop or auction for a few quid. I'm not an agent for Smart Photo Editor, but
if you enjoy photography yourself but are nervous about using Photoshop with its steep learning curve, do give SPE a go - it's incredibly easy to use,
very cheap and great fun, with thousands of templates at your fingertips from users worldwide. Try the 'Before and After' link (below) to see the
difference...
The shot was taken on the curiously named - given that there's nothing here - Cake Steet, just outside Laxfield.
Smart Photo Editor has turned an otherwise
dull, unremarkable image into what I think is
quite an attractive picture, reminiscent of an
old master's sketch. It's not going to win any
prizes, but it looks very nice printed about
A4 size on a textured paper, mounted with a
deep-cut off-white mount and framed in an
old gold swept frame of the sort you can pick
up in any junk shop or auction for a few quid.
I'm not an agent for Smart Photo Editor, but
if you enjoy photography yourself but are nervous about using Photoshop with its steep
learning curve, do give SPE a go - it's incredibly easy to use, very cheap and great fun,
with thousands of templates at your fingertips from users worldwide. Try the 'Before
and After' link (below) to see the difference...
The shot was taken on the curiously named - given that there's nothing here - Cake
Steet, just outside Laxfield.

On the Laxfield road

See the 'Before and After' images
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Not quite the frame I had in mind, but you get the idea.

Not quite the frame I had in mind, but you get the idea.

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Smart Photo Editor has turned an otherwise dull, unremarkable image into what I think is quite an attractive picture, reminiscent of an old master's sketch.  It's not going to win any prizes, but it looks very nice printed about A4 size on a textured paper, mounted with a deep-cut off-white mount and framed in an old gold swept frame of the sort you can pick up in any junk shop or auction for a few quid. I'm not an agent for Smart Photo Editor, but if you enjoy photography yourself but are nervous about using Photoshop with its steep learning curve, do give SPE a go - it's incredibly easy to use, very cheap and great fun, with thousands of templates at your fingertips from users worldwide. 

The shot was taken on the curiously named - given that there's nothing here - Cake Steet, just outside Laxfield.
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