Tack sharp and noiseless image

posted on 14th of february, 2008

If you constantly get rejections for blurred and noisy images, why not try your hand at Vectors. It can be a pain to learn but once you have gotten the basics you can really do wonderful things with Vectors. Almost lifelike 3d stuff.

Here's a sample of what you can do with an old blurred photo and some time to kill. Took me around 20 minutes to do it.

Comments (3)

Posted by Niagaragirl on February 14, 2008
Very nice sky treatment with the subtle gradient. Really adds life to the image.
Posted by Shuttlecock on February 14, 2008
You can create real vectors using programs like Illustrator, CorelDraw and Inkscape (which I believe is free).
Posted by Amyemilia on February 14, 2008
Interesting idea! I will have to investigate my editing program (Paint Shop Pro) to see if vectors are included. Or did I misunderstand, and Vectors is a separate program?

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