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> .com] On Behalf Of Poshedly, Ken
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> Subject: WSJ "photos"
> For years, I've wondered how the Wall Street Journal produces those
> funky head-shot "photos" (you know, the ones that seem more
> like a photo
> that wants to be a line-art sketch or is it the other way around?).
> Even though I recall them from before computerized graphics, are they
> simply scanned photos and then Photoshopped somehow?
> Please, oh please, art gurus on this list, please tell me -
> and the rest
> of us - how it's done.
> -- Kenpo