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Select the image, then the Optimise In Fireworks button on the Properties panel. 1k. After selecting Update we’re all done. Just save your changes and upload the new image. Computer Arts_February 2004 33 ©2004 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat, GoLive, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, “Tools for the New Work” and Version Cue are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

10 The Mixer palette is quickly filling up, so select the Mixer’s Pan (Hand) tool, then click and drag on the painted area within the palette to move it, freeing up some valuable empty space. Click on the black swatch at the top of the palette. Now select the Add Colour tool and paint some black into the mixer so that it’s touching the other colours. 13 Click the Lock icon in the Layers palette to lock the content of the soft acrylics layer. Click the layer’s Visibility icon to hide it. Select the left layer in the Layers palette and reduce the opacity of the layer to 50 per cent.

We then use the Image Size tool to shrink it to about 100 pixels across or less. 2 Next, we apply some colour and contrast enhancement. Feel free to play around with the image as much as you like to try to restore and emphasise the detail. ) 4 3 Using the same tool, we then expand it again, only this time we set the image resampling to Nearest Neighbour rather than Bicubic. This leaves us with a computerised, jagged shot that looks as though it’s been deliberately blown up. Finally, for a finishing touch, we add a Colour Halftone filter.

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