What's the simplest way to create a blank Web page, with a black and white image on it, which when clicked will load the next image in a sequence? Could this be a learning PHP project for me? [more inside]
I need an awesome graphic for my 4th of July bbq invite. Something along the lines of Chuck Norris riding a firebreathing eagle attacking a bear army with an american flag background (for instance). [more inside]
I use a Mac. I'm looking for a simple freeware app that will scan a directory of images and sort them by resolution into directories named after their resolution size. Bulk preview, delete, etc is a plus but not necessary. [more inside]
Simple, free mass image download program, specifics of situation within.. [more inside]
where can i download hi-res images of a full frontal shot of an imac g5?
I need to create some order for a few thousand images (mostly non-photo images)-- what method/program should I use to tag them? [more inside]
Is there software that can basically create a manuscript of an entire website? [more inside]
I teach a technical writing class. I'm using Edward Tufte's Beautiful Evidence as the textbook. The first chapter deals with mapped images and the utility of such images. I need examples of text that would be more useful if it were a mapped image instead. I can comb the interwebs for individual examples, but I can't seem to find any sets of said text examples. [more inside]
How do I make web banners (the ones on top of blog/website, not ads) without warping the picture I want to use? [more inside]
Lightbox/Java Script question. Does the script automatically resize the vertical images? [more inside]
Calling all Photoshop and photo enhancement experts, and/or people who can pick out Hebrew letters: help me digitally fiddle with these photos of old weathered Romanian-Jewish tombstones to make the inscriptions clearer, so that I can hopefully get the Hebrew writing on them translated. [more inside]
Help a non-web designer solve an image display problem in IE8. [more inside]
Is there a website that can allow me to make a personalized webpage (similar to iGoogle) full of pictures, like a simple image gallery, and all I have to do is add link to the picture? I don't want thumbnails, I want the page to be scrollable and all pictures at 100%. This is for personal use only. I am too lazy to save pictures to my disk and make this in Dreamweaver, then upload for every picture, etc etc.
Where can I find some high-quality images of models (male and female) wearing blank colored t-shirts? [more inside]
Most awesome, pretty and easy to figure out Flickr image gallery plug-in for Word Press? [more inside]
I'm compiling a set of 30-40 photographs related to any and all aspects of disease for a high school visual literacy project. The students are high school juniors who are struggling with literacy and writing. I'd love your suggestions for compelling, diverse, and striking images and sites that have collections of same. [more inside]
Updating my online portfolio and need help with web navigation, images, hosting and more. [more inside]
Satellite photos: what interesting features can be seen or measured in them (or other aerial photos), and where can I get a supply of images? [more inside]
I want to download a bit of Landsat data - two small countries worth - but can't find any way to efficiently do this via GloVis or elsewhere. Where can I just select places on a map (or use my GloVis-exported) scene list to download these in bulk? Given 200MB/scene and the 80 scenes I need, it'll be 15.6 gigs downloaded (and likely around 40 unzippped), but that's not the problem; there just doesn't seem to be a way to do this. [more inside]
What are the best searchable sources for copyright-free historical and other images? I know about Wikimedia Commons, about searching for Creative Commons licensed material on Flickr, and about some regional repositories such as the Washington State Digital Archives (where I work). What other good sources are out there? Google searches lead me to subscription databases of stock photos.
In search of a fairly simple online image of a synthesizer for a wedding ring engraving. [more inside]
How can I make an online tool to show someone whether an image they've uploaded is high enough resolution for print? [more inside]
Any advice on the best way of organising images and graphs for a PhD student? [more inside]
What's a good application for organizing photos on a Mac? [more inside]
WebDesignFilter: Why is Firefox resizing my images? [more inside]
I'm looking for a program or file format to organize hundreds of scanned page image files and add comments to them. Any suggestions? [more inside]
I have access to free printing on canvas paper, so I'd like to find some high-resolution (100 dpi minimum) images of neat illustrations and unusual images to frame. [more inside]
Echopic is shutting down June 1st and doesn't seem to allow people to upload pictures anymore. It was an ideal solution for my needs not only because there was no signup but also because you could see the # of "image views" on the administration page making it perfect for stat-tracking Craigslist posts. Anyone know of another free image host that has similar functionality?
Related to this question, but beyond Flickr: where it's just random product images, can I or can't I re-host their image with proper credit and a link? [more inside]
Is there any service that searches across Getty, Corbis, Alamy, and other major professional editorial photo resources? [more inside]
How can I generate a text list of image filenames and dimensions on OS X? [more inside]
As a photographer with particular interest in 'stitcher' type panoramic images I was interested in the hardware and software that Google have used for their street scene application. Does anyone have any info? What type of camera and lens combo and specialist software, even if it was written just for Google.
Is there a website or anything with high quality art images? All kind of artists, from Picasso to Hundertwasser. I think there should be a torrent tracker or anything related to art/artists.
How can I organize my archive of awesomeness which has mostly pictures? [more inside]
Is there a way to create gradient backgrounds on webpages without using images? [more inside]
Searching for historical satellite images? [more inside]
Does anyone know where I could find a web service to do that photo transform trick where Person A (say Margaret Thatcher) becomes Person B (say Tony Blair), generating a number of progressive stills in between?
I want to calculate the average contrast, luminance and any other interesting photo statistics (things that might be useful/important in psychophysics) for a bunch of images. I've heard that both Matlab and Photoshop can do this. I'm still trying to avoid learning Matlab, so Photoshop is preferred (I tried google, and some image manipulation books I found in the library, but neither were very helpful). [more inside]
Lost my bookmark (and any helpful memories) to a site that compiled random images, funny or obscene or grotesque or titillating, that IIRC was Eastern European based. [more inside]
I've been browsing through a website whose pages are set up to be viewed as indexes/directories with no HTML. Many of the files listed are image files, and I'd like to be able to see them without having to click on each one individually. Is there some kind of add-on or plugin that will automatically show thumbnails of all the images on the page or am I stuck clicking on each one?
Why does Powerpoint 2007 (Vista) not fit my pictures to the window when inserting images? [more inside]
Why can't I see any of the images on notcot.org or notcouture.com anymore? [more inside]
Internet Explorer 7 will not display some images when I create/view web sites on my PC. Any idea why? [more inside]
Is there a program that will automatically take scans of pages that contain text and images and then extract the images and place them in separate files? Open source would be best. [more inside]
Where did I get this picture of a priest rocking out on a Fender Stratocaster from originally? [more inside]
In an image like this, does the alignments of the faces affect the viewers' perceptions or opinions of the people, and if so, does this cognitive bias for or against left or right carry over even to images where the faces are the same (Ie: "I think both people on the left side of either image look more trustworthy.")? Does the alignment of a single subject and addition of negative space also have an affect ("The woman in the second image looks meaner.")? I'm not so much asking for a referendum on these particular examples as I am curious about any empirical studies or statistics relating to this topic. Thanks!
I'd like to extract the text and images from a multi-page pdf to use on the web. [more inside]
PHP maestros: how can I get Google Images results into my PHP code? See Guess the Google (Flash) for an example. [more inside]
Advice on how to be a successful graphic designer. [more inside]