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They are not just dots, they can be lines or a combination of gradients. The main point, besides darkening or whitening the image is to reduce the appearance of blurrynes of a low resolution background. The dots or pattern are not resampled, so this are seen in native resolution. This gives the ilusion you are watching an image of the native resolution of ...


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I use Dropbox for these situations. I upload, for example 500 images in new folder, then share it with my client and then he adds comments on each image, pretty much the same idea as already in first answer, but take a look, maybe helps: Dropbox - manage files


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I'm not sure if this will be good enough to handle that huge quantity of pictures, but it's a very nice collaborative tool for designers and get comments on pictures. I like to use HightailSpaces for that kind of thing. You can create "Space" that are like folders that you share with your client, and upload your pictures there. On each Space, you can have ...


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go to your preferences (command K). check the box "resize image during place"


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Several causes spring to mind. You could have some object in Illustrator hidden. It's still part of a Group or Symbol so it comes along, but since its turned off, the location is making the dimensions larger. Alternatively, it could be a Guide placed in Illustrator. Same deal as any layer — they could be grouped incorrectly and thus come along for the ride. ...


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You could use Transform > Wrap and use unly the upper section to drag the upper part of the image to the left. Good luck! Pro tip: Drag some guidelines to those towers to make sure they are straight when you edit the image.


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don't use copy/paste--always use the place command in Indesign. sorry that really didn't answer your ques--this will--when you copy/paste from illustrator--the vectors will be editable vector elements in Indesign--the reason no resize box is there--is because Indesign see the vectors as having been created in Indesign so there is no frame--if you want to ...


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I assume you mean people are right-clicking the image and doing a reverse google image search. An easy (read, hack) way of getting past this is putting a transparent layer on top of the image so people can't right-click on the image directly. If people really want to cheat, you can't stop them and they will succeed. Performing image tweaks is probably a lot ...


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If you need to use images that are well known (or at least are searchable online) you can mess up the way Google recognize the images by doing small changes to the images. You need to destroy the patterns that make the image easy to associate. For example, with face recognition or pictures that are already online: You can change the background color and ...


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You don't have to edit your image to prevent it from "GoogleBot"! You can use URL Remover Link link to specify search Engine not to track or crawl the links! There is also a automatic way to tell GoogleBot not to track specific images or the folders! For example, if you want Google to exclude the dogs.jpg image that appears on your site at ...


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1. To my knowledge, there's always a background layer in Photoshop, but you can remove it by double-clicking it and dragging it in the little trash on the bottom of the layers panel. 2. Regarding the slightly larger background, It could be caused by your selection having a "feather" on it. When you select something with a feather value, you new ...


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I would recommend using adobe illustrator if you intend on creating a font, write a letter, right click on it, select Create Outlines, place an image over it, select them both and press Ctrl+7 (Clipping Mask). (You can do the same with the entire word, not just one letter.) It would be best if your images were vectorial cause of not, you will experience ...


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Without any text... Yes, it's hard to fit 3 square figures on a page, especially if you don't have any text or anything else on it to balance everything. Your only other options than the ones you mentioned in your questions are to alternate your squares if you want to keep the same size. If it's going to be printed at some point, even on an office laser ...


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First you should type your text paragraph. Then place your image on the text box. Then select both text paragraph and image. Go to the Object menu > Text Wrap > Make. It will do your magic :)


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Create any shape you want and choose "Area Type Tool" from the type panel, Next, click on the shape you have created and start typing. It is clear that you should place your images first and after that to create the shape which borders with the images and other objects: or... this one :)))


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1. You need to ask your friend to send you the linked images and the fonts he/she is using. It's normal the files are missing if they're not embedded and if they were not provided in a separate folder. Since it's your friend,it shouldn't be a big deal. If it's not really your "friend"... You can try these 2 things (doesn't always work): A) Change the ...


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The website you showed as example uses a very thick/bold and big font. They also modified the background to be monotone and have a "flat" color to create more contrast. They seemed to have blurred some zones so the details of the background pictures don't mix up with the text. It's possible you can't do that to the images on your immehabayas.com website ...



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