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Hi!This is a fast tip...If you want to see how your image looks when published on DT, do the following using Photoshop...1- Open your photo (Illustration);2- Change the resolution from 300DPI to 72DPI;3- Resize your image to width 300 pixels for landscape images or the height to 350 pixels for portrait ones;4- From the filter menu choose the sharpen -> sharpen;5- From File menu go to Save for web, choose the jpg format with 85% quality.That's it!Now you will see the image... continue reading
I was reminded of something I frequently do when reading a recent photo magazine - getting a black and white preview while taking pictures.One of the benefits of digital is that you can shoot color and still post process black and white.Having the color file available to you is amazing, since you can do all kinds of color filtering and mixing to arrive at a final black and white image.Something unique to digital, though, is sort of a 'best of both worlds' feature.If you have a camera that... continue reading
First I would like to welcome you to my new blog. This is my first article.Today I would like to talk about the viewing and handling of images on your computer. There are several programs for this, some are free, but most of them are not.One of the best known is of course ACDSee. The new ACDSee pro 2 is a very good tool for all kinds of photographers. And with a price of $130it is also very affordable.A bit more professionally orientated is the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and the price... continue reading
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