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Here is a great resource for free filters and plugins to use with Photoshop and other graphics programs...

 

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/08/03/a-z-of-free-photoshop-plugins-and-filters/

 

 

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Thanks Cindy, you found a lot of great ones!
 
Here is a free one I use often.  You can convert a PDF to a JPG on their web page and then tailor the JPG to your needs.  If you download the free converter it allows you to go either way.

 

http://pdf2jpg.net/

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