Remove backgrounds from photos automatically for free

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Last updated by rhiannon on 19. December 2018 – 20:48 Remove Image Background is a free web service that does an excellent job of removing backgrounds from images. Removing backgrounds isn’t easy, but this site handles it easily with no manual selection of foreground/background layers. The site is relatively new and it only works with photos of people. You can upload images of any size, but the resulting image is limited to 500×500 px for now. The results are still impressive with the photos I’ve tested, though it seems to have some issues with hats. The site uses ” …AI technology to […]

Has MUTOH Gone Crazy?

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December Wide Format Printer Blowout Sale MUTOH just launched a crazy “blowout sale” on wide format printers. Some of these prices are crazy good and you should check them out. The sale will only last until December 31, so check them out soon or you could miss out on some great savings on a large format printer! https://www.thinkmutoh.com/mutoh-printer-blowout-sale Besides some great savings on the actual printer, they are also including inks and other goodies, like extended warranties! And don’t forget those great tax advantages if you buy before years end! New MUTOH National Training & Education Tour Rumor has it […]

A 200-year-old guide to color, redesigned for the internet age

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A 200-year-old guide to color, redesigned for the internet age Centuries after naturalists used it to define the colors they saw in the natural world, Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours is back. [Image: courtesy Nicholas Rougeux] BY KELSEY CAMPBELL-DOLLAGHAN2 MINUTE READ The nomenclature of colors we use today is really a machine language–numerical hex codes crafted to communicate with software on computers and printers. Before the age of CMYK and RBG, though, artists and scientists created their own languages for talking about and categorizing color. Though many have fallen into obscurity, at least one is now accessible to anyone with access to the internet: Werner’s Nomenclature […]