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If you have Photoshop, save for web. And adjust your settings to find a good balance between quality/file size


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To reduce an image file size (kb) you have three options: lower the resolution of the image (ppi) reduce the dimensions of the image. use a more damaging compression scheme (like a lower quality jpg setting) There's no other "magic" solution. Of course, there's always the possibility of a juice cleanse to get that "heavy" image to drop some lbs.


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If you use the layers playing only with transparency you will have a focused cell (or whatever) and a gohst all arround it. I would use masks to reveal each desired feature. Depends on the program you are using but the idea is the same. 1) Make background of the color you need (white or black) 2) Ad a photo as a layer. 3) Add a layer mask. 4) Paint the ...


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Are the "important features" dark or bright? If I were you I'd divide 100% by 6 (16.6), give each layer 16.6 (or 17%) opacity. Then merge all layers and use auto contrast. I usually do this when I scan film negatives with different bracketing / exposure options.


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This really depends on what the image is you are working with. If its truly a black line on a white background @J0hj0h's suggestion of multiply is the best solution. It will turn the white part of your image into a perfect alpha channel. If you are in a more complex scenario where the line may be red and the background blue, you can use color range to ...



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