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Go to the Image menu, and then "Image Size". Change the Resolution to 300 pixels/inch and the height and width back to 100% each. You may have to play around and scale up your logo once you have the resolution set properly. 300 dpi is standard for printing. Go to Image > Image Size again and check that the physical size (inches) is large enough to look good ...
Let me know of this is not what you're talking about Place your image. Make the shape that will be the clipping mask over the image you want to be clipped. I added a gradient to the circle and made the black end 0% opacity. Select both objects. Go to transparency options and select "create mask" and clip. Your options might be different depending on ...
It is also possible to do it in Photoshop using Slices. Basically you select the slice tool, drag a window on top of the areas you want to export, and use "Export to Web".
The way I would go about this in GIMP: Use the fuzzy select tool (magic wand) to select the shape you need Go to Image > Crop to selection Export (ctrl-shift-e) Undo (ctrl-z), start over This takes me about two seconds per shape. Of course, fuzzy select works best with flat object in a single colour. If you've got more complex forms, it might be a bit ...
According to https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/formatting-asian-characters.html Display Asian type options By default, Illustrator hides Asian type options in the Character panel, Paragraph panel, OpenType panel, and Type menu. Choose Edit > Preferences > Type (Windows) or Illustrator > Preferences > Type (Mac OS). Select Show Asian Options, and ...
I'm guessing you have saved it as an 8 bit png, or it's been cut out of a white background poorly. Best is to save as an svg. If you can't do that then a 32 bit png with transparency. Note, if you are scaling the image down in the browser then some browsers will perform better than others. Ideally use svg!
If you have the logo vector file...you could export as .SVG. Have a look here: https://css-tricks.com/using-svg It will look the same across all sizes and users devices.
You should try designing your logo on a canvas double the size of the original height and width of your logo. Once complete the design, just go to File > Save For Web > Select the desired image format, give in the original height and width of your logo and click on the save button.
What is the resolution of your image and what's the size of your element? I had a similar issue in the past although my image had great quality. Save as 300dpi and use a very high resolution i.e. 1200px - 720px and PNG of course as it tends to work better for sharp edges. However, I'm not sure if using a very high res is the best solution but thats how I ...
The easiest way you can do this is by unchecking the contiguous (marked yellow in screenshot) location when selecting the white colour with magic wand. This will select only those areas which you want. To get exact colour or colour range you can set the Tolerance as per your image. Here is an screenshot with my imaginary image.
The quickest option I would use if you are only removing white background, is on the layers panel, create a new layer under your image with the desired background colour / photo etc. then on the layer you are trying to remove the white from, select the option "multiply" from the dropdown next to the opacity %. similarly "screen" will do the same thing for ...
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