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Most definitely.<br>Open a new Photoshop document. Size it 1152 pixels wide X 870 pixels high, 72 dpi in RGB mode. Copy and paste the image you want there. If it is too big hit command+T to resize that layer. If you make your workspace bigger than the view of your picture you can see the grab handles to resize even if they are off the document. If it isn't big enough position it where you want it and make a layer behind and color it. Make a gradient even. You can even rotate the picture or add a drop shadow. Only on pictures that are too small. If too large you should be able to get them in the whole area even if it crops part off. Then flatten save as and put in your pictures folder. Voila!<br><br>
[color:blue]Too easy! Nice image. Aw you saved Lesh and I in the photomat booth. How sweet.</font color=blue><br><br>Yes for Black mail <br>I learned from the best - YOU. Although I cannot PhotoShop the way you do LOL<br><br>
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