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Hum... I basicly see: 1) Grayscale image. You can crop the black and white values using levels. Normally you just adjust it enough so the graph touches the borders, but in this case you need to move that graph further away. 2) Change the blend mode to multiply and use whichever color you need in a layer or background below it. The specifics would depend ...


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You'll need to create a gradient map over the image: Layer > new adjustment layer > gradient map Then select 2 colours you would like to use in the gradient from the properties panel.


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I think the fastest way to do this: Method 1: If you already have a vector Add some white shapes on top of your graphic to hide the details. Then open the "pathfinder" panel, select all and "divide" everything. Then select at a piece of white, go in the menu "select" and choose "select same fill color". And delete the white parts. Method 2: In Photoshop ...


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Basing this upon comments which elude to laser etching not printing..... They are much different. For laser etching you ideally want the vector graphic. I'm uncertain if GIMP can do that, since it's a raster-based application. This is especially true if dealing with only 4cm. The original image should hold up okay. Some of the smaller detail will be ...


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To simplify line art, it's often a matter of just doing it by hand. Delete the extra nodes, smooth out the lines as you see fit. Lots of hand tweaking. However, here's one more automated technique I've used that sometimes works. From top-to-bottom: Original Image Image with a slight Gaussian blur applied Image after adjusting Levels to sharpen the edges ...


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It's hard to have the perfect color and contrast since the background has almost every color possible! But you can add some effects behind your text to light it up or to make it darker, and play with the contrast this way. That lets you also some freedom to use another accent color... Eg. the color of the logo of the business that website is created for. ...



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