Photo Manipulation:Tutorial 2 Coming Tutorial 1 Wind Up

>> We have recently discussed about technique of changing background in MS Paint. We have seen it wasnt that accurate and many imperfections lie there.

>> Secondly the Image quality is also disturbed when you save your file again and again. For example open any JPEG picture  in MS-Paint and press save. Now see the file properties. You will see incredible decrease in file size. Because each time you save files using MS-Paint, It decreases your files quality. A very big draw back of using MS-Paint.

>> For accurate and perfect editing of pictures we will discuss techniques of Photo Manipulation in Corel Graphic Suite and Corel PaintShop. Features of almost all graphic softwares are almost same with a few variations. I will try to explain things in general terms. But in my tutorials i would be using Corel Paintshop X. Search it over internet and download.

>> Hope you would have enjoyed First tutorial . Please give me your feed back.  So that I may continue writing more.

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7 thoughts on “Photo Manipulation:Tutorial 2 Coming Tutorial 1 Wind Up

  1. M. M. says:

    If you save the file in png format, it doesn’t lose its quality! However, png files are quite heavy!
    And *fingers crossed* for more tutorials 😛
    Thanks once again… it’s been very nice of you!! When I suggest a tutorial, I least expected such a positive response! Thank you Hasan! I really admire your skills.

  2. Hassan Raza says:

    *.bmp is another format very commonly known which also maintains picture quality, but JPEGs the most common format on getting edited in MS paint loses every time its quality by a specific factor. I often use MS paint to compress my heavy sized digital camera picture using this feature.

  3. M. M. says:

    Check this: http://momalmushtaq.wordpress.com/2009/08/04/note-3/ (:

    Yeah, JPEG is quite beneficial in such regard… but if you can also save your work i.e. not to heavy, without losing its quality and can upload it on the net. Unfortumately, many sites don’t support Bitmap.

  4. M. M. says:

    CORRECTED: Yeah, JPEG is quite beneficial in this regard… but if you can also save your work i.e. not to heavy in PNG FORMAT, without losing its quality and can upload it on the net. Because, unfortumately, many sites don’t support Bitmap.

    😛

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