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A curve image

Any suggestion for a curve image on the web still keep its quality. Thanks for your help as i'm very new to Photoshop.
(Curve image I mean an image with alot of curve like circle, elippse...)
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weedCommented:
Define "a curve image"? What exactly do you mean?
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cockhoAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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cevrCommented:
Just use the round selection tool in the tools pallette, make a selection (preferably on a new layer), and fill the selection as desired.
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weedCommented:
Why would a curved image lose its quality on the web unless youre not using antialiasing or dropping the colors down to 1 color?
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cevrCommented:
Also, make sure the image is in GIF or JPG format.
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weedCommented:
Dont forget PNG format.
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cevrCommented:
Hey, Weed, wassup with PNG these days. Is it very widely accepted. The only reason I don't use it is because I don't know which browsers will see it. Great compression format, though.
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weedCommented:
PNG simply rocks but unfortunately NS and IE dont fully support its transparency. iCab for Mac supports it and i think Opera does too. It works fine in NS and IE if you dont plan on using alpha channels. Truly marvelous format.
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