Ok the initial picture I had I saved as a .gif and it worked great. I tried doing a .png but since it’s for a website it ended up being a really large file. I do have photoshop, but only c3 because it’s soooo expensive. I did have another .png that I wanted to save as a gif, but when I try and do save for web device that option is grayed out?? Can you save large .png to gif so it’s a smaller file and still have a clear background?
Thanks again for all the help I love this site and have purchased a ton of images already!
I don’t do any design work or illustration, but I do purchase and have jobs often. I agree with the comment it’s very basic. A few pictures on a white background with a logo and text is a plain as vanilla ice cream.
I would use some type of neutral background color to frame the brochure and then put a white border around the pictures to make them come forward. The logo should be a lot bigger and you should consider putting some type of edging around the whole thing. You can also angle the text on one corner so it looks like a page opening.
Bottom line is anyone can put a few pics on a white background and add text in Word you need to elevate your style and design beyond that.
I purchased a picture frame that came in a png. I saved it as a jpg in photoshop and put it on my website, but the picture frame has a white edge outside of the frame and is white. I wanted it to not have any edge outside the picture how do I save the file so it doesn’t have the white edge outside of the frame?