Every now and then, when photography is not about the intellectual revelation of what makes images beautiful, and why, and all the intricacies that comes with it, which a photographer fancies oneself to attempt to uncover, …comes a moment like this, when photography is simple, the celebration or a beautiful moment, forever encapsulated, and the rejoicing in that.
Today’s gift to you. Click to download wallpaper.
Vector graphics are quite the fascinating topic to me. If you don’t know what they are, they are images where the shapes and colours are described as mathematical formulae rather than the image containing a finite set of pixels with Red, Green and Blue values each. This enables one to scale the image up and down to almost any size without detail loss.
Recently I was working on turning the logo that I made for the Photographing Consciously Workshop into a vector file by tracing the PNG file using Inkscape. I ran into some colour related issues and after many days of figuring out the solution I finally reached a satisfactory outcome. So I thought I’d share the process.
If you want to follow the actual conversation I had with some of my peers on this topic, here is the forum thread.
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