Digitizing Images

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I’ve published a bunch of different things that I’ve been developing in the past week amongst a period of my life that has been rife with stress, both personal and professional. Educationally, these peices have been very valuable for myself, in that they allow me to put down in an ordered format these concepts that I’ve been using professionally, and in a form that I can refer to for years to come.

Today’s article is on Digitizing images for Multimedia work, be it web sites or CD-ROMs. The steps are generic enough to be used by many people, but specific enough that you can follow them step-by-step and come out with a good image the first time through.


Any and all feedback on any of the articles I’ve posted would be welcome and responded to.

Also note that I quickly whipped up a way for the XSSI Library to have ‘Printer-Friendly’ versions of the pages available. I’m pretty happy with how easy it was, and well it works. It only took me about 45 minutes to implement for the entire Library, and now that it’s set up, I don’t have to update it for every page, it’s an inherent part of the site’s structure. Damn cool stuff, even if I’m just tooting my own horn. http://www.ordersomewherechaos.com/rosso/xssi/

I think I might add this to FPO so that the WebDev section can be used this way. Would anyone want this? Let me know.

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