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Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Photo CDs t Originals t Undeveloped film, negatives, or slides t Kodak and Service Bureaus t Picture.

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1 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Photo CDs t Originals t Undeveloped film, negatives, or slides t Kodak and Service Bureaus t Picture Disk (sometimes free) t Photo CD format ($9-10 per 24 exposures) t Pro Photo CD ($ per image) t ~100 images per CD

2 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Kodak Photo CD t YCC (proprietary) t 1 Luminance component t 2 Chroma components t 5 different resolutions (Image Pac)

3 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Resolution and File Size ResolutionFile Size 126x19272kb 256x384288kb 512x mb 1024x mb 2048x307218mb 4096x mb

4 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Resolution and File Size ResolutionFile SizeOutput 126x19272kb Screen 256x384288kbScreen 512x mbMultimedia 1024x mbHD TV 2048x307218mbPrint 4096x mbPrint

5 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Photo CDs t Place directly in other software packages (PowerPoint, PageMaker, Illustrator, etc.) t Open first in image editing software e.g. PhotoShop t Save in what format?

6 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Illustrator

7 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Stock Image Houses t Comstock, Image Stock, Digital Stock Corp., etc. t Saved in Kodak Photo CD format or TIFF file format t Searchable t $ per image t Royalty and use issues t Backgrounds, clip art, images

8 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Copyright Issues t Stock image houses t Comstock t Read the copyright information! t Best- create your own!

9 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Copyright Acts t all works are protected as soon as they are created t no longer need © t After years after the artists death t Before confusing

10 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Work for Hire and Contractors t Employers own work t Independent contractors are the copyright owners unless they sign the rights away t Public Domain- Before 1922 t Museums control the right to reproduce public domain works of art they own by controlling access to the art

11 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Your Work t Get written permission t Registering your work t Not necessary unless you want to sue t Get written permission from the copyright holder t WEB graphics

12 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Digital Cameras t Resolution t 2Megapixel camera= 4x6 prints t 3Megapixel camera 8x10 prints t Usually jpeg compression t How many total pixels? t How many pixels per inch?

13 Art 314 Introduction to Computer Graphics Spring 2001 Lab Camera


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