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Creating Black And White Halftone Photos (creator 2009)


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I am trying to convert some of my photos to black and white halftone.

 

I have Creator 2009. I can get the photos to Black and white; however, I can not find any data or information on creating halftones.

 

Thanks

 

I checked in C2009 and in the "Photosuite" program and other than changing a color photo to B&W as you have already been able to accomplish, I did not find any options to change it to a blend or halftone. And I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "Halftone". ??

 

I attached a photo of where you can change color to B&W and many other options, but none for halftone, what ever that might be.

 

Frank...

 

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I checked in C2009 and in the "Photosuite" program and other than changing a color photo to B&W as you have already been able to accomplish, I did not find any options to change it to a blend or halftone. And I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "Halftone". ??

 

I attached a photo of where you can change color to B&W and many other options, but none for halftone, what ever that might be.

 

Frank...

 

 

Halftone formatting changes a picture to 'dots' of black and alows some imaging process to have more detail when printing on other mediums.

 

As I would explain it (probably not 100% the best way).... it allows some look of grayscale while using only black and white tones.

 

Photoshop does half tones; howeve, I was hoping to use Roxio since I already have this software.

 

Thank you for looking and for your help...

 

 

 

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Frank, read the post again :unsure: The OP is using Photoshop not Photosuite.

 

Time for another coffee :rolleyes: ?

 

Or maybe something stronger !! Running back and forth between the computer and a construction project in the house--Thanks for the reminder Walt :D

 

Frank...

 

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