Posted 01 June 2005 - 04:58 PM
Posted 01 June 2005 - 07:13 PM
Posted 01 June 2005 - 10:39 PM
Posted 03 June 2005 - 01:20 AM
yeah,i saw a beautiful woman,if you resized this photo ,this photo will blur.this photo's format is bitmap ,is not vector.
Here's a JPEG file of the same photo. I hope this helps, thanks.
Posted 05 June 2005 - 06:17 AM
Posted 06 June 2005 - 02:59 AM
If you want to blow anything up in size you need to have a good resolution. Anything taken from the web is not good enough to use. The images on the web have been optimized for it's one purpose - speed!
If you want to double the size of an image you need to have it at around 200 - 300 dpi. Anything less and things will begin to pixilate!
The last image I was involved with was done at an eighth of the size of the graphic and was at 300 dpi, they wanted it to be 3metres by 4metres!! I didn't blow up! All the art work had to be re-done at 600 dpi!! Imagine the file size!!! (And the proofs were done in gloss and when the colour changed on matt they didn't understand why! Clients eh, who'd have um!)
If you are going to work in graphics for the web do not use Jpegs straight away. Get ol photoshop out, get good graphics done in high resolution and use Tiff. Once you are happy with them, then you can begin to change them over to jpegs and optimize them.
See the advantage of this is you can then save the original artwork and hold it forever more in a decent size, so if you ever need to re-use it for anything not invloved in the web, companies like mine won't laugh at your artwork!!
Any questions just reply!
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