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iCLIPART.com - Who doesn't love new? ~ September 2015
Jun 16, 2015
Who doesn't love new?
New is a word that appeals to everybody. From newborn to New Age, the connotation is that this is something wonderful or unique, something not tired and worn but pristine and.. well new.
Though old can be adored, new is necessity. People shop when it's time to update. They are exhilarated by a fresh perspective, excited by a novel approach.
Here at iCLIPART.com it's new content that makes us happy. While we love all of the wonderful images that have been on the site since the start, we also believe in keeping
things fresh. We are proud to offer our subscribers a collection of more than 7.8 million images, licensed from some of the world's top illustrators and photographers. But when it comes to variety the consensus
is you can never have too much.
When it comes to working with images you don't always need image editing software. Sometimes only a small alteration is required to meet your requirements. There are many handy online tools that can make
changes in a flash. These two offer quick fixes for common problems:
Looking for a way to shrink a photo fast? Try http://picresize.com/ "The Internet's Easiest Picture Resizing Tool"
Want to remove a background? It's surprising how handy http://clippingmagic.com/ is for that purpose.
From our FAQ
Why does the quality become very poor when I make a JPG/PNG/GIF image larger?
The problem is, when image editing software makes a raster image (JPG, PNG or GIF formats) larger, it has to add pixels that were not there before, leaving it to guess as to what these new pixels are supposed
to look like. The larger you try to make your image, the worse your image is going to look. If you need a larger file than we offer, you may wish to purchase a vector version (if available) and then use the editing
software to save the image to the required size.