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My way of dealing with this (i have to do it a lot actually), is i copy the layer i want to convert into a new temporary grayscale document, then convert it to a monotone using the specific hex number. then plop it back into the orig file, and just hide the orig layer (incase i need to go back for some reason, or change the color). Maybe it seems a bit weird ...


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You must confuse the search engine. The best way to defeat automated image searching is by providing alternative images that cannot be identified or come from conflicting sources, and ones that confuse the specified pattern to be identified. For example, if you provide an image composed of three images in alternating bands or strips and ask for the ...


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Stop there. Don't copy. Use original artwork. EDIT: Treat this as FYI. By copying, you are indirectly trying to circumvent intellectual property protection. You are playing with fire. There's also a flaw in your rationale and reasoning: Giving credit is NOT getting permission to use the image. It's not an "or" situation. It is copyright material. It does ...


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Mirror Image. No other manipulation needed. Try it.


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No, no such software exists. Indeed if a computer program could decompose a image with this kind of accuracy that would mean millions if not hundreds of millions losing their job. This is smack in the middle of artificial intelligence land. Also this would devalue the drawing skill to a point where whats the point of doing it. I mean computers can not even ...


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Honestly, it's up to you. Do whatever works. There are no Apple guidelines that I know of (and there are on most things) and any approach is valid. Your basically have two options: Use the same image in all cases. If your image is always going to cover the entire screen there will only be a small portion of the image visible on all devices as the edges ...


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Hold down on the mouse after you have clicked for a second (wait until the coordinates box pops up, to be sure) before dragging to resize.


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Although Corel Draw has a good integration with some Raster editing features, the best aproach is: Make a vector shape (the hole) Another vector shape, in this case a rectangle over the photo. Select both and press Ctrl+L (this will combine both into a single object, where you have now a rectangle with a hole. Put your photo inside that object. Power Clip >...


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If you don't have Photoshop or somesuch, you can do it in Word under 'picture effects'.


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If it is not for comercial purposes, but a "fan" project: 1) Get a Blue ray copy. 2) Extract a frame. You can use the key "Print Screen" running the disc at full screen (on a full HD monitor). 3) Resample it at double the resolution with "bicubic sharper" method or simmilar (using Photoshop or Gimp) 4) Use that on any program like ilustrator or Inkscape ...


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Here is a free web site for doing this (that, however, allows only for producing low quality GIFs): https://3dthis.com/morph.htm Another software is Morpheus Photo Morpher, which is not free but seems to be more powerful and equally easy to use.


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this may be some help, may not. Sometimes transparencies can really confuse rip software. In your psd file I would first try and flatten and save out as a high res jpg. - then use that file as your Ai embedded file. or rasterise the embedded file in illustrator. Failing that you'll have to flatten the transparencies


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You should specify a resolution of 72 dpi in the save dialog or then use the save for web option.


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Doorknob, JohnB, and johanpw all have good answers, I wanted to add something I've seen in people's html and php: link convolution. Basically, what they do is they either break up the link to the image or video so that it's hard to piece together from the code (you can still do it but it deters all but the most motivated) or they simply convolute the single ...


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You could determine your Public Folder's Dropbox URL and then open your HTML file and update all of the images tags by search and replacing them with the Dropbox path. This doesn't get you a simple list of public image links, but it will modify your HTML file, so that its links point to each public image (on Dropbox). Here's an example that I set up in my ...


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Yes you can. Stan comented the basics but I am explaining more. Channels The base idea is that you have one or several channels. One channel can be for one color, for example Red, Green and Blue, and you can have yet another channel for transparency. (RGB=3 Channels) (RGBA=4Channels) On a CMYK file you can have 4 base channels and then one aditional so ...


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Alright I'll give it a quick whirl. I'm using https://unsplash.com/photos/VGpp0LcHZT4 as the image I'll start by Duplicating that layer a few times so I've got some copies of it and then I'm going to use the Median Filter. Median Filter is a great tool to find the average color of a region giving it almost a paint like quality. This first pass I'm looking ...


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Expression of Colour Depth in bits It's probably an image with 8-bit colour-depth over 4 channels. You would have a 32-bit deep CMYK image with each of the inks, C,M,Y, and K having an 8-bit colour-depth. 4 channels (CMYK) x 8-bit colour-depth = a 32-bit colour-depth image A 24-bit colour-depth would be an 8-bit colour-depth X the three R,G,B image ...


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Threshold is your friend for turning complex, high-detailed photos into simplified black and white versions in Photoshop. Going from the threshold version will often give you better solid outlines to work over in vector illustration. This is just one technique, but it's one that I have been using before Illustrator introduced Live Trace, and one I still use ...



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