Adobe Illustrator Vectorizing Images
Importing an image is one thing but now we are going to experience Adobe Illustrator Vectorizing Images.
In this video we show you how to vectorize Images and there are many benefits. Once you vectorize the image you can scale it down or scale it up and there is no distortion. You can put it on a business card and it will be great. You can put that image on the side of a building and it will be great. No distortion. That is the super wonderful thing about Adobe Illustrator Vectorizing Images.
When you vectorize an image in Adobe Illustrator, if the image, or maybe the logo is simple and was created using two or three colors, this is easy. Even though the vectorizing is just a click away, after that click there is more work to be done. If you do no understand the work to be done, then you will be up all night long and you will pull all of your hair out. You will trash everything in your home. You will be screaming so loud that your neighbors will call the police and soon you will be in jail thinking about Vectorizing Images. An idea gone bad.
Once you click the button and vectorize you image, then there are a couple of things you need to do to make the image work for you. The image will come in with a background. Maybe you want the image all by itself. Most likely that is what you want.
Once you vectorize the image correctly, then the image is just that, vectors. Once you vectorize the image correctly then you have have the vectors and you can change the fill and stroke, size and more. Getting to that point of freedom is not so easy.
Adobe Illustrator has many options for vectorizing images. Some images vectorize well and others do not.
This video will show you the way.