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Documents in a digital form offer a number of benefits over the traditional paper documents. Digital documents don't use massive physical space for storage and enable you to use the space available to you in an efficient manner. In fact, the absence of paper documents makes your workplace look spacious. The second benefit offered by digital documents is the convenience to find any specific piece of information quickly whenever required. It doesn't compel you to go through a heap of documents which is almost like looking for a needle in a haystack. Moreover, digitization of documents is cheaper than keeping them in the physical paper form. Also, the way mankind is facing serious ecological challenges, avoiding the use of paper documents can be great. Now when it's quite clear why we should go for digitization of documents, we need to know about the ways of digitization, i.e various processes of converting...

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Raster to vector conversion
So, you need a digital vector file of a logo but what you have is a printed logo. You can convert it to a CDR file. In case you have already faced this situation, you may know that manual vectorization takes very long time. Taking physical images and converting them to digital vector format is something that requires several hours and the expertise to use vectorization tools. CorelDRAW Graphic Suite is a powerful tool to perform this work easily and shortly. In this tutorial, we will learn to convert pixels to shapes. i.e. raster graphics to vector images. This tutorial is prepared for CorelDRAW Graphic Suite X7 and higher versions.   Image Source An Overview of Vectorization through PowerTRACE In case you are tracing an image for the very first time, it's good to have some information for achieving good results. When you have selected a bitmap based image in CorelDRAW,...

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Raster to vector image
There are many things that make vector images the best choice for various purposes. For example, logos, badges etc. are usually delivered in vector format. The prime reason behind the popularity of vector images is scalability. These images are not formed of pixels like raster images and are based on mathematical formulas. That's why you can stretch these images to any extent without any fear of losing quality. Vector graphics always offer the same quality. Besides, these images are very lightweight when compared to bitmap based images. People who have their logos and badges in raster format should get them converted to vector so that they can be used for various purposes. The logo of a company is used on a wide range of things from visiting cards to big banners. It needs to be resized as per the place where it has to be placed. Hence, vector images are the...

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Sketches into vector Art
Raster to vector conversion is done on images which originally feature particular dimensions and lose sharpness when stretched beyond a certain point. If you have a sketch and you want a larger version of it, vector conversion is the best option available to you. In this conversion, images in bitmap formats like JPEG, GIF, PSD etc. are converted to vector formats like SVG, AI, EPS, PDF etc. When converted to a vector format, the quality of the image remains intact regardless of to what level the image is zoomed. Presently, Adobe Illustrator is the best application for such conversions. Images converted to vector are more focused, densely colored and sharper than bitmap images. Vectorized sketches can be used for many purposes. You can get a printed version of the same and place them on a wall in your home or can use them for big posters. And if wanted, you can...

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Black-and-White-Line-Drawing
If you have photos you want to be converted to black and white line drawing but you don't know how to do it, you are on the right page. In this post, we are going to discuss the process to convert images into black and white line drawings. Have a look:- Step-1 Open the image you want to convert in Photoshop. It's better if the image has a clean composition. If it has complex patterns, the output may have some noise which will take some extra time of yours to be cleaned. So, try to have a clean picture so that you get a brilliant image after editing. Step 2 Now go to the top menu and select “Adjustments” in “Image” and then choose “Desaturate”. Now your colored image has now turned into a black and white photo. Step 3 Make certain that black is your background color and white is...