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fesna [Avatar]
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Hi guy's
I want to add some snow flakes on my photo but i don't find some template in Directzone.
Do you know where i can find a fliter already existant or how could i do this on PhotoDirector 9 ?
Thank's a lot for your help !
Tom
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optodata
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Bing or Google is your friend. Just search for "royalty free alpha channel photo snowflake" and you'll find tons of overlays with transparent backgrounds. Keep in mind that a screenshot from a video will work too - as long as you save it as .png with transparency enabled.
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Hello Ken,

Welcome to the PhotoDirector forum laughing

As suggested, a search engine will locate thousands of suitable images. Some sites specialise on .png files with transparency. Some examples:

http://pngimg.com/imgs/nature/snowflakes/
https://pngtree.com/so/snow-flake
https://www.freepngimg.com/nature/snowflakes
https://www.kisspng.com/free/snowflakes.html

DirectorZone has a small number of snowflakes formatted as particle templates, which won't meet your needs directly.

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