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TL;DR: "Menu → Layer → Crop to Content" is extremely helpful. I've been working on a simple collage image for a classifieds site. The image is supposed to show an item from different angles. Naturally, my GIMP project has individual images as Layers, cropped them and added a background. My original images were approximately 8 MPix (~5 Mbytes) each. ...


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You obviously are one of us who would like to see an automate that can change our pencil strokes to perfect solid curves. Me and surely some others would buy the turbo version which also fixes our shaky lines to beautiful smooth curves. There's one but: such machine, both regular and turbo, is still nonexistent. Darkening in Photoshop or GIMP processes every ...


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Using almost any half decent any raster image editing software, you can apply a curves adjustment like this example below made in GIMP.


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In a raster image editor (Photoshop/Gimp)... First thing I would do is a Level, Curves, or Brightness/Contrast adjustment to improve the contrast and remove the subtle jpg artifacts. Then duplicate the layer and set the duplicate to Multiply blending mode. Repeat this duplication of a "Multiply" layer as many times as necessary. Each duplicate ...


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Try this: Open your word file in LibreOffice Writer (freeware, portable version exists, it needs no installation) If your file is simple enough it can be recognized well. Export as PDF. Hyperlinks are transferred to PDF. There's numerous export options, one of them is to select image DPI in PDF. Direct export leaves all as is. BTW I haven't your Word ...


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NoHalo and LoHalo are the new GEGL samplers, developed by Nicolas Robidoux to reduce the blur in the resampled images. Nohalo level 1 consists of one diagonal straightening subdivision followed by bilinear interpolation, as described in this paper: Like many edge-enhancing methods, Nohalo has two main stages: first, nonlinear interpolation is used to ...


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