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High Resolution 300 DPI Images
A picture is worth a thousand words is the best way to make us understand that the best way to capture an all important moment is take a picture of it. Sometimes the picture looks great and some other times it is kind of hazy. So what exactly happens that makes the picture great or hazy? To answer this question, we need to understand the basic elements of a picture. With the advent of digital cameras, most of us are aware of these basic elements like aperture value, time value, focus and mega pixel but the first and foremost parameter is the amount of light that is captured by any camera to record a picture. More the presence of light and better is the quality of picture. The amount of light entering and falling on the recording surface is controlled by the aperture value. For how long the shutter will...

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Hand Art Tatoo Sketch on Arm
It is a great idea to get all your hand sketches converted into vector arts. Thus, you could put them to several uses without issues. You could scale up or scale down your drawings infinitely, without adversely affecting their visual excellence or appeal. You can use them for features as small as a business logo or as huge as a billboard banner. Indeed, vector arts are a huge rage online and your sketches could open new advents of revenue generation for you hence. However, there are a few challenges usually faced by artists while converting hand-drawn sketches into versatile vectors. These include poor contrast, low resolution and intricate designs of illustrations. By choosing among your illustrations wisely, you could easily turn the tables in your favor. Choosing sketches fit for vector conversion The first step towards vector conversion of any drawing is to scan it. For obtaining a (raster) image...
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How to Create the Definitive Designer's Essential Pack in Adobe Illustrator What You'll Be Creating Because I believe that all designers have their own secret essentials pack, I decided to show you how to build a small yet cute set of illustrations that you can use however you like. The entire creative process will focus on using the Rectangle Tool's basic shapes, which we will adjust here and there. 1. Setting Up Our Document Open up Adobe Illustrator, and create a New Document (File > New) using the following settings: Number of Artboards: 1 Width: 600 px Height: 600 px Units: Pixels And from the Advanced tab: Color Mode: RGB—standard digital color model for the digital medium Raster Effects: Screen (72 ppi) Align New Objects to Pixel Grid: checked 2. Layering Our Document If you’ve followed any of my other tutorials, you might have noticed that I have a “thing” for Layers. So the current...

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Vector conversion stands for conversion of a raster/ bitmap file into a vector image. To elaborate, Vector and Raster are two types of images. What is a Raster Image? Meaning: A raster image is made up of a grid of tiny squares, better known as pixels. The content in a rasterimage is depicted byfittingly colored pixels. When scaled up beyond a point, a raster image looks blurry, better termed as “pixelated”. Applications/ Software: Raster image files are created when you click a photograph using a camera or scan a drawing or create an image using a raster-based application/ software like Paintbrush or Adobe Photoshop. File formats: The various file formats that usually contain raster images include JPEG, PNG, TIFF, PDF,GIF, BMP, IMG, CALS and PCX. What is a Vector Image? Meaning: Vector images are made up of vectors and not pixels. Vectors are described using mathematical expressions such as lines,...