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Need help with purchase..."your message here"

Deana
Hi all



just purchased 7078677



I see it is in jpg format not png



I need to remove the text... your message here (in the heart)



how do I do that with pspX



thanks tons
Posted: 04/20/2009, 16:08:18 PM
Creativei
use photoshop and use the erase tool or stamp tool or there quite few tools. Well if you want send the file to me I will do it for your free, hope that solves your problem :-), opps here is my email id edited by admin: you are not allowed to give your email on the message boards
SB 600, Canon Powershot G5, EOS 450D, Sony Cybershot. EF-S 17-55mm F2...
Edited: 04/21/2009, 03:44:06 AM by Admin
MilsiArt
Just overpaint text with color from background picked with color picker.



Then type anything you like and that is it.
Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Tamron, Wacom, Intel, Dell, Samsung...
Posted: 05/03/2009, 08:26:55 AM
Andreeadobrescu
Admin
You can also use patch tool :)
Elinchrom D-Lite4 To Go
Posted: 05/15/2009, 12:16:41 PM
Parfittsprint
If I need to print an image larger than its suggested size, what is the best file format to download? The image I require will be sized and cropped to 2,00 meters x 1 meter.
Edited: 02/27/2011, 02:07:13 AM by Admin
Maigi

Originally posted by Parfittsprint:
Quoted Message: If I need to print an image larger than its suggested size, what is the best file format to download? The image I require will be sized and cropped to 2,00 meters x 1 meter.


I'm not sure, which image you keep in mind, but if it's illustration and additional eps file is available, then that's the best choice. Otherwise TIFF or maximum will work as well. With images bigger is always better.



PS: Next time you have a question, please start a new thread, then it would be easier to notice and you will get responses faster.

Hope it helps a little, though so late.

:)
Canon 550D, Tamron AF 18-270mm, Canon 50mm, Wacom Intuos4 M, Adobe CS6
Posted: 03/22/2011, 12:34:45 PM
Tyronia1
I'm about to buy my first image. Reading 1st post here = it comes as jpg format not png. Don't know what png is. Is there printing on them? Will be sending to my web designer to use. Should I download it or should my web designer.... or does it not matter?
Posted: 02/06/2013, 19:23:58 PM
Wisconsinart

Originally posted by Tyronia1:
Quoted Message: I`m about to buy my first image. Reading 1st post here = it comes as jpg format not png. Don`t know what png is. Is there printing on them? Will be sending to my web designer to use. Should I download it or should my web designer.... or does it not matter?


Shouldn't matter. If your web designer doesn't know how to remove YOUR TEXT HERE (it takes literally 23 seconds or so) then you probably should find a new designer.

And thank you for choosing Dreamstime.
Nikon D800, D100, Canon G15
Posted: 02/06/2013, 19:59:34 PM
Igordabari

Originally posted by Wisconsinart:
Quoted Message: If your web designer doesn`t know how to remove YOUR TEXT HERE (it takes literally 23 seconds or so) then...


I made an experiment and it took me 18 seconds to remove the text (though I am not designer, at all). Note that I did it by left hand only since my right hand filled in the tax form that time...
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Posted: 02/07/2013, 00:00:44 AM
Parkinsonsniper
Quoted Message: "I'm about to buy my first image. Reading 1st post here = it comes as jpg format not png. Don't know what png is. Is there printing on them? Will be sending to my web designer to use. Should I download it or should my web designer.... or does it not matter?"

You can download it and mail it to your designer or your designer can download it too. It doesn't matter. It's always the same file.

PNG is a better and larger file format. It has the transparency channel so it's good for isolated images. But it's an additional format, which means you can't always find a png. If you don't know what png is, then probably you don't need it :) jpeg is good to go...
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Edited: 03/01/2013, 07:18:22 AM
Robinstockphotos
When in doubt of format, download PNG or whatever additional format is available.
When in doubt of size, download the biggest one.
When in doubt where to go when you're lost in the wild, go right.

This costs a bit more but gets it done. ;)
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 03/03/2013, 12:09:54 PM
Janceluch

Originally posted by Tyronia1:
Quoted Message: I`m about to buy my first image. ... Should I download it or should my web designer.... or does it not matter?


Note:As per discussion on other forum it seems I might not be completely right, so I rather leave a note here that this reply has to be revised or confirmed by some of the admins. If you have time you can help by digging through the License and post your findings

There is a BIG DIFFERENCE! I am talking from own experience - I am a graphic designer as well, and I always convince the client to buy the images himself... - here is why:

1. If you (client) download the image through your account, than YOU OWN THE LICENSE to use the file. You are allowed to send it to designer and he is only allowed to use the file for your project (he cannot use it for his works for other clients). And when you decide to work with another designer, than you can again send the new guy the file to use it in your project (and nowhere else)...

2. If you ask the designer to download the file through his account than HE OWNS THE LICENSE - NOT YOU. He can use the file for (I think) 3 different clients, and when you will need to change the designer you will have to pay again for the images, because the first designer is not allowed (as per license) to give you the source files... (even thou you payed the license price)

Long story short - when you buy a house, would you allow the brokers name to be listed as "Owner" on "House Owners Certificate" when you pay the price of the house?
and editing images :)...
Edited: 03/10/2013, 18:35:00 PM
Tsmc16
Not sure what size pix to download for business brochures and flyers???
Posted: 05/11/2013, 12:46:15 PM
Dudau
Admin
It depends on the print size and resolution, but usually the Large size should be ok.
Dreams
Edited: 05/12/2013, 15:30:19 PM by Admin