Today happens to be the first anniversary of this blog. In my own opinion, it has come a long way. To commemorate this, I am releasing a downloadable digest of postings.
Today happens to be the first anniversary of this blog. In my own opinion, it has come a long way. To commemorate this, I am releasing a downloadable digest of postings categorized into three main categories:
If you prefer, you can order crisp color printed copies of these magazines, which will be shipped to a location of your choice in US, UK & Canada: for convenient reading for a small fee. Click on the topic you are interested in: Computers & Programming, Sikhism or Photography.
The following are some other headlines that made news on the day Digital Wealth was born:
First, open the photo in Microsoft Photo Editor, and then go to File->Properties. In the ‘Type’ field select Monochrome (1 bit) from the drop-down, and press Ok. Save the image.
Second, open the original photo in Photoshop (or any other photo editing tool like GIMP). Also open the photo modified through the photo editor. Drag the modified photo over the original, as to form a new layer on top.
Third, (for the modified image layer) bring up the Selective Color panel, by clicking on Image->Adjust->Selective Color. For ‘Colors’, select ‘Black’ from the drop-down – and choose suitable values for the sliders (or as shown below in the screenshot).
Fourth, select a suitable blending type from the layers window, and suitable Opacity which suits. For this image, we used ‘Overlay’ and 55%.
Save the image – flatten it before saving if you want, and you are done. If there is a way to do this without using Microsoft Photo Editor, please post comments.
There are variations possible, if you prefer. One is to ‘Invert’ the original image in Photoshop before submitting it to the MS Photo Editor (by going into Image->Adjust->Invert) and then proceeding as described.
The other is to use only the unicolor image produced by the MS Photo Editor, without blending it with the original. You could use a plain single color layer as the lower one, and do the selective color on the other.
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