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Very simple. The best way is to redraw it. Use the photo as a reference. Launch Illustrator. Open the image you just photographer in Illustrator. Lock the layer. Create a rectangle using a Rectangle tool on top of the image same width and height. Goto Filters/Stylize/Rounded Corners and round the rectangle edges to fit the radius of your image shape. ...


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This looks like pixelization and then color reduction (to like 8 colors) with dithering possibly with some palette editing I imagine the original (glitched) was created by storing a super low-res and low-color version of the image and then just scaling it up without any smoothing


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I totally understand what you want to achieve here. The best practice for this would be to get the Glitch app on your mobile phone and import your pictures to photoshop for further segmental edits. For Windows or Android you can get it here Glitch App or for ios Glitch app for IOS You can play around and experiment with many styles. However if you ...


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Use Adobe Illustrator. We see Big Macs and people on billboards all the time. Since they do not make a 10,000 megapixel camera, we have to improvise. Do a gradient mesh or live trace. Either will give you a vector version of your photo. I would learn gradient mesh though and practice, practice, practice! For a Graphic Designer, advertising is where it's at. ...


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You are not pasting into a text frame, you are pasting into a text flow. The only way to tell inDesign where in this flow you want the image(s) is to place the cursor and paste. If you want all the objects in a single place, group them before copying. If you are trying to incorporate runaround, then don't do it this way, place images beside the text and ...


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Import the images using XML? Just create a basic XML file which references the graphics in question. Alternately, get the filenames into the text flow and use a script which will replace the filenames w/ the matching graphics.


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I'm assuming because you are stating physical dimensions, you mean "physically smaller", not a smaller file size... On your right hand draw, click Edit PDF On the new menu bar across the top of the PDF click Crop Pages Select your crop area and hit enter Check your new dimensions and hit OK ...and done


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Notice the graphics you are talking about are “brushes.” I recommend you load those brushes into Photoshop (or another painting tool) and use them to paint your own original T-shirt design that is unquestionably both creatively and legally yours. You can rent Photoshop by the month if you don’t already have it.


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Try this: Hide the second layer Make the first layer grayscale Use edge detection filters to highlight edges of the background landscape Adjust levels and invert if necessary to get thin black lines on white background Show the second layer and switch it to MULTIPLY mode


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InDesign doesn't always play nice with picking up gradients from other Adobe applications. If I were you I'd just select the shape you made in InDesign, and Place (File > Place... or Ctrl/Cmd+D the gradient's file into the shape. Some adjustments with the White Arrow tool should get you where you want to be. Alternatively, you could try to make the gradient ...


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First: You have to make sure your image is within the Society6 desired ratio. The distortion depends on the initial ratio of the image. To scale the image to 3300px/5100px means the original image has to been in the scale ratio of approximately 0.6471*(Divide the Width by the Height and then Round off to about 4 decimal places)*. This means if your ...


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I looked at the Society6 Web site and saw a lot of images that do not conform to the dimensions you mention. It is possible that you are submitting an image for a specific category, say a phone case, which may require these dimensions. You will not get to the 33:51 aspect ratio unless your image is originally is in that ratio. Your choices are: Crop a part ...


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If you want it to be the exact same size and without distortions, well, not all of the photo will be able to appear, I mean, it may be cropped a bit on the edges. You start with Ctrl+T to transform. Hold Shift while you're resizing. When you're done you click enter, and make sure the images fills the whole artboard. Then you add the whole thing a clipping ...


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You are trying to remove the background from an image using a quick way and worse.. using a free/cheap tool online. Problem with this methods and tools is that they do a poor job performing this tasks. If you want a clean work you need the proper tools to do it. If you don't have Photoshop, I recommend downloading the free trial (30 days). If you are ...


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I figured it out! Once the desired portion has been selected with the wand tool, you click and drag that selected portion to the blank image and it sets it in the exact spot as it is in the original image :]


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The bars in the pattern are actually not of exactly the same width. Some bars are slightly thicker, adding a darker mean shade to the image in that location. This way the picture is visible by just a slightly darker mean color (like 50% brightness for the bright regions and 52% brightness for the darker regions). You can do this in photoshop, if you start ...



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