Protecting photos published on the Web

One of the greatest advantages of the World Wide Web is the ability to quickly and easily share information, including text, images, audio and video. This advantage can also be a tremendous disadvantage for those who wish to maintain their

Professional Image Protection

Theft and piracy are two of the nightmares of anybody who deals with intellectual products, no matter if it is images, software, movies, songs or books. While there are many ways to protect your intellectual property from theft and unauthorized

Poor Readability of Scanned Texts

Text images acquired through the use of a scanner can range in quality from excellent to poor, depending on a number of factors. Insufficient scanning resolution, other non-ideal scanning parameters or a low-quality hard copy can all lead to image

Avoiding outdated image file formats

Many older image formats have been replaced in recent years by improved image formats that provide more universal recognition among image viewers and more compressibility, thus leading to smaller file sizes. Outdated file formats may not even be viewable on

Nonstandard Color of Text Images

Text images might not be a masterpiece of visual art but very often they also need correction – even more than scanned photos, for example. This might sound like a paradox but if you have dealt with text images that

Nonstandard Color of Drafts and Charts

If you are preparing a large report or a presentation and your drafts and charts come from many people who used various software and program settings to produce them, it is no wonder that color consistency is totally missing in

Disarray of scanned texts

When you scan texts or images, the computer reads it with the help of a technology called OCR (Optical Character Recognition). When you scan a text, you can save it or send it to a word processing utility or application.