- Appleists, can you recommend a free (or cheap) photo editing programme / app.
There are some print processes, called HiFi Printing, that uses six or seven colours; CMYK + green and orange, or CMYK + RGB, but they require stochastic screening, and are very expensive.Posted 4 years ago
Where I used to work we had one customer who did very bright watercolours of scenes in Antigua, and we used Rubine Red insted of Magenta to get the vividness into the prints. Worked very well, too.singletrackstinkerMember
If you haven’t downloaded it before why not go for the free trial of Photoshop Elements?
There’s a wizard which is quite good and stitches reliably, i think you click file>’new’>’photomerge panorama’. I’ve used it lots, the pic linked was about 10 images stitched – linky. Sorry I can’t seem to do the embedded pictures for some reason.Posted 4 years agojoemarshallMember
allthegear – Member
/me having strange flashbacks to using QuarkXPress with spot colours back in the 90’s…
I never really used Quark, I did all the Photoshop/Illustrator stuff,Posted 4 years ago
Like checking supplied files for errant Alpha channels and layers that had been left behind.
There was always one hiding somewhere that would bite you in the ass when going through the RIP.
I really miss all that. 🙁prettygreenparrotSubscriber
allthegear got it. Pixelmator does everything regular folks need. Its ‘magic’ selection tools are effective. you can readily layer, scale, rotate and flatten to get pics stuck together. Have a look at some of these tutorials to get an idea of what it can do.
What camera did you take you pics with? IIRC the Canon software includes a panorama stitcher.Posted 4 years ago
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