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accepted How do I determine what the image file format and resolution should be when scanning?
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comment How do I determine what the image file format and resolution should be when scanning?
TIFF with ZIP and LSW compression produce 27.4 and 30.0 meg files, respectively. By the way, could you clarify what you mean about "the final crop", and when you mention a crop of 50%? You mean 50% of the image just... cropped out? If so, what does that have to do with resolution?
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comment How do I determine what the image file format and resolution should be when scanning?
On the point of 100% JPEGs: I find that a 100% JPEG beats out a PNG in terms of size by a factor of about 3. Saving a 23.5 meg PNG as a 100% JPEG produced an 8.3 meg file when I tested it just now. TIFF was 30 meg! (though I've never used TIFF before so I might not be using optimal compression settings) Good answer, thanks.
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answered How to extract the black and white components of an image to superimpose it over colored backgrounds
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comment Program to create pictures for applications
Your examples don't really make sense - you say "images like these" and then provide two quite bizarre images that have nothing to do with one another.
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comment Program to create pictures for applications
@MarcRasmussen 3D modelling has quite a learning curve on it to begin with, and while the geometry of the objects in that scene is very simple, it would still likely be a lot of work for a beginner. The most complex thing I've modelled is a glass of water, so I'm very much a beginner, and personally I'd say that I could do something like that image, but I wouldn't look forward to it. Hours of work.
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asked How do I determine what the image file format and resolution should be when scanning?