Clip art: image enhancement & integration
This money-saving guide shows how to use any inexpensive scanner to convert hard-copy clip art and logo art into electronic form, and then enhance it using popular image processing programs. Contains hands-on, step-by-step training sessions that lead readers through the entire process of building an automated clip art library from conventional and electronic sources.
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