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Re: Moving items from one photo to another
It will depend upon the software. In Adobe Photoshop, which is the best photo retouching software, you could use a variety of selection methods, and even adjust that selection by tenths of a pixel, including feathering the edges, or even use an extraction tool that would allow you to 'paint' the selection (choose where the division of your object from its background occurs) and even re-paint the un-selected parts and go back and forth (switching between black or white 'paint') until your selection is exactly the way you want it to look so that your chosen object is perfectly isolated from the source photo. In a simple graphics program (Microsoft Paint or MacPaint are the simplest) you have only a rectangular selection tool (which by the way can be constrained to having sides of equal length by holding the Shift key during selection) and a freeform selection tool that will allow you to draw the little dotted line of selection (Adobe calls it the marching ants) around your chosen object as carefully as your hand on the mouse can draw. Once selected, you can copy the object using Control-C and then paste it into the new photo using Control-V. If your software doesn't allow free transformation (re-sizing by choosing a 'graphic handle') of the object once it is pasted in, you may have to paste it into a new blank document or a new document with a transparent background, depending on what tools you have available, and then re-size it there. If you need more help, I would suggest a tutorial on your software or even a book or course to learn its capabilities. If we can be of more assistance, please let us know.
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No matter how well organized or prepared you are about moving to a new house, the issue of how to transport your furniture, electronics, and other household items without inflicting damage on them is usually a challenge. Moving is a costly affair. We must exercise caution and be organized. When moving, there are items that we may have to leave behind because they are worn out such as your mattress, but if it's still new or serves its purpose well, then you have to consider how to move it safely.
<p><span>Most of the people
usually save the original containers for items like home electronics and
computers, and if you also these containers then it nice method of transporting
the equipment. If you have not save it, most moving companies make containers
especially for packing, and you can buy containers for packing and protection. And
you should have some non-static packing material such as traditional bubble
wrap, peanuts and other packing supplies tend to create static.</span><br />
<p><span>These are some
useful tips for especial items or things. </span><br />
<p><b><span>Securing your Data- </span></b><span>this is very important to backup all existing data,
either by burning it to CDs or DVDs or in other drives. Most of computers
provide their users with a set method for backing up all of the data files.
This important because using this method you ensure against permanent loss during
the move.</span><br />
<p><b><span>Before packing disconnect all cables</span></b><span> - you should remove all cables from main part of the
computer. But be care when removing cables, you should remember the cable port
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store them together in a large plastic bag.</span><br />
<p><b><span>You should empty the equipment</span></b><span> - before packing you ensure that all <span>computer</span> drives should be empty. And all
ports should have media cards or other items removed before packing. Printer or
other items that use toner and ink cartridges must be removed before packing
and preparing for transport. </span><br />
<p><b><span>Final loading of computer</span></b><span> - for finally moving the computer you can hire any
moving companies to transport the computer. And you should prefer transport
computer in a car rather than in van.</span><br />
<p><span>By using these tips
you can move your computer safe.</span><br />
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Use close-up mode and place the camera on a tripod or solid surface to prevent blur from moving. Tilt the items so the flash (if you use one) will bounce away from the camera. Try using no flash with diffuse lighting or lighting at an angle to show the marks. Close-up mode is usually denoted by an icon that looks like a flower or tulip. Usually you can get as close as 6 or 7 inches and zoom-in in that mode.