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JPEG Optimization Options in Photoshop

Posted on June 12, 2008 by Leave a comment

JPEG is the standard format for compressing continuous-tone images such as photographs. Optimizing an image as a JPEG format relies on lossy compression, which selectively discards data.

Note: Since image data is lost when saving a file in JPEG format, it’s a good idea to save the source file in its original format (for example, Photoshop .PSD) if you plan to edit the file further or create additional JPEG versions.
Optimization settings for JPEG

Optimization settings for JPEG - A. File Format Menu  B. Compression Quality Menu  C. Optimize Menu

Check out more detailed information about these settings courtesy of the Adobe Resource Center - JPEG optimization options

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Working With Web Graphics

Posted on June 5, 2008 by Leave a comment

The web tools in Adobe Photoshop CS3 can help you design and optimize individual web graphics or complete page layouts. Use the Slice tool to divide a graphic or page into seamlessly interlocking pieces and apply different compression and interactivity settings to each segment. The Save For Web & Devices dialog box lets you preview different optimization settings and adjust color palette, transparency, and quality settings before saving in several web-compatible formats.

Check out more detailed information courtesy of the Adobe Resource Center

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Web site converts photos to vectors

Posted on November 21, 2007 by Leave a comment

Stanford University's Vectormagic converts raster images into vector images. You can select high, medium, or low level processing. This is my kid's eye, on the low setting. Link (Via Finkbuilt)

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