How to set or change picture into contour?

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Hello friends,

How to set or change picture into contour? I am a photo designer in a simple company and handling website data and information. I also do some editing for the company’s website. I just switch to adobe photoshop cs5 editing application from the old photoshop and I don’t know how to set and change picture into contour? I need some help.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Christine Yong.

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How to set or change picture into contour?

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Hello,

I have read your post. Your problem with photoshop. In this case I want to help you. To work with image in photoshop

1st. You need to do well about CS5.

2nd. After knowing about CS5 you should go to Menu bar – File – New. Here you can set your page.

3rd. You can take image by going to Menu- File – Open.

4th. You need to take crop tool to re-size your image.

That's all.

Thanks.

Nipa

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How to set or change picture into contour?

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"Hi, Christine Yong
I have read the post that you’re having trouble with. I would like to give you information on how to change image into contour. I hope this would help.
For you to be able to change photo into contour just follow these steps:
1.        Go to your photoshop.
2.        Select “Mode” under the “Image” menu. Then select “Grayscale”. This would make photo monochromatic.   
3.        Open and select the photo you are changing into contour, this image will become monochromatic in color as you open it. 
4.        Go to the “Filter” menu. Select “Stylize” then click on “Trace Contour.” This is an effect which will give the image an interesting results. 
5.        Select an edge option to refine the edge and improve the quality of the image. 
6.        Move the threshold slider until you get the desired threshold value.
7.        Click OK when you’re done. You now changed the photo into contour. 
 
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