how I halftone & dither

Dec 08, 2017
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devil (6 years ago)
Thank you! Very helpful. If you use GIMP:

- Save the image as a .gif file and make sure to turn interlacing off. This will lead to some dithering (depending on how many colours you used).
- Alternatively, you can use the Newsprint function to somewhat recreate halftone, however, its not perfect and may not work for all photos.
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devil (6 years ago)
@astrosplit i had no idea what a power move is so i had to google it and im left even more confused. im gonna assume its nice
weegee09 (6 years ago)
image>mode>indexed also gives you dithering + as well as the ability to limit the palette, "positioned" is similar to halftoning or GIF compression while floyd-steinberg is closer to the way older computers emulated gradients with a limited palette :)
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Date: Dec 08, 2017 Views: 110 Ratings: 4
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