I had one of my clients call me today and say he wanted to make some T-shirts with his logo picture, that I was using on his website. I said OK and sent him the .jpeg file. He called me back twenty minutes later and said his T-shirt guy wanted the image in a vector graphics format. Now I am not sure why the T-shirt guy wouldn’t have the software to convert it however thats not my problem. In any case I always like to try to find free software to complete tasks like this. I have used a program called Inkscape in Linux many times but I had no idea what to do in Windows. Fortunately, there is a version of Inkscape for windows.convert, free, Inkscape, jpeg, photo, svg
Posts Tagged “photo”
Sep 13 2009
The question has come up numerous times about how long Kodak’s www.kodakgallery.com website will store your digital images online. The answer is in the terms and conditions and was changed near the beginning of the year in March. Below is what the policy is as of March of 2009.
Kodak (www.kodakgallery.com) Storage Policy:account, digital image, Kodak, kodakgallery.com, photo, storage, store, terms and conditions
Aug 18 2009
When posting to Twitter via the www.twitter.com web site there is not a function to upload pictures directly from the post window. The easiest way to associate an image is to use the third party service called TwitPic. If you consistently use the same service then you can also see a complete history of every image you have uploaded to your twitter posts by visiting the URL associated with your account. The other benefit of using Twitpic is the fact that if you have a Twitter account then you already have a Twitpic account that uses the same username and password. Follow the directions below to post an image when posting to your Twitter account using the web interface at www.twitter.com.image, photo, post, twitfire, twitpic, twitter, twitterific, upload, www.twitpic.com, www.twitter.com
Aug 15 2009
Creating Photo Albums on your iPhone is not really straight forward so below I will describe numerous ways to organize images on your iPhone. You can use third party applications to organize folders and images or you can use the built in Photo Album functionality. Below I describe how to use either method including tips on what to watch out for and allow you to make an educated decision on the best way to manage your images.3.0.1, color balance, effects, firmware, folder, image, iPhone, iTunes, luminosity, photo, photo album, Photo Album Pro, saturation, sync, synchronization, temperature, vista, windows, xp
One of my sisters recently sent me a link to a photo gallery slide show online at kodakgallery.com. The gallery is in a flash slideshow format where you can scroll through the pictures, etc. I wanted to save a couple of the pictures to my desktop to upload to a personal photo gallery however within the flash application you are unable to right click the image and save it to your desktop. It took me a second to figure out but you can actually save these images to your desktop by exiting the slide show and viewing the images outside of the flash application.
When you are viewing a Kodak Gallery in the slide show format it will look similar to the below.Flash, gallery, image, jpeg, jpg, Kodak, kodakgallery.com, photo, photograph, resolution, slideshow