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ethar1
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Please look at the filter or effect in this pic:
http://www.angelfire.com/blog/rayie/blackandwhite3.gif
How can do so?
and Is that make the pic easy for download and faster?
Thanks.
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that image apperars to be a scan from drawing that has been desaturated.
making a photographic image appear genuinly drawn is hard to do, altough not impossable.
you can use somfilters to help smartblur will flattern out the areas where a photograph has picked up too much detail and a selection of filters will ad texture to a photo. but you might find yourself doing alot of manual brush work.

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I don't see any filter on that image. It may be a scan, but could also have been computer drawn. What specifically were you after?

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when you start download the pic, Its come in pixelized mode and come clear after a while. ( press Ctrl+F5 )

For more informative Please take a look at those picture in order:

http://www.ethar.com/mode1.gif
http://www.ethar.com/mode2.gif
http://www.ethar.com/mode3.gif

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That's not a filter. That's an effect of saving it as an Interlaced GIF. Interlaced GIFs are nice for larger images or for people on slow connections so that they can see a gritty "preview" of the image before they have to download the whole thing.

If you're on a fast connection and the image downloads quickly, you wont even see that ugly preview.

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ok,
I am a web master and I have more then 120K customers they donload many pics , And I want to save that pics in interlaced mode.
My question is how can do that?
and can I do it with jpg format?

Thanks.
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