15.Image.Processing - Image Processing With thanks to Mr....

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1 Image Processing With thanks to Mr. Mark Clulow Lecture 15
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2 Outline r What is Image Processing? r Managing Photographs r Your Purpose r Screen vs. Print r G.I.M.P. Software r Basic Photo Processes r Adding Text r Backgrounds r Design Tips
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3 What is Image Processing? r Image processing is the storage, management and manipulation of images r Images could be photographs, or graphics
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4 Managing Photographs r Firstly, it is good to adopt good methods for storing images. r When you transfer them from a memory card (from your camera) you should organise them right away! r Keeping them in named folders makes it easier to find photos afterwards
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5 Purpose r Knowing what you will use an image for can help you to: s Take the right photo s Or design the right graphic s Make sure it is the right size s Make sure it is the right resolution s Save it in the right format
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Screen vs. Print r If the image is for print, it needs to be as high-quality as possible. r
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course COMPUTER H 2012 taught by Professor Dave during the Spring '10 term at Quebec Abitibi-Temiscamingue.

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15.Image.Processing - Image Processing With thanks to Mr....

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