Como melhorar a qualidade das imagens, fotos e impressões

Como melhorar a qualidade da impressão

Essa postagem é para ensinar a melhorar a qualidade das imagens e fotos e assim melhorar também a qualidade das impressões. Esse método é bem simples e bem eficaz. Para isso vamos utilizar o programa photoshop em português, caso o seu programa não seja em português é só você procurar a mesma ferramente no idioma do seu photoshop.

Como melhorar a qualidade da impressão



"When the appointed time came, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born a subject of the Law, to redeem the subjects of the Law and to enable us to be adopted as sons. The proof that you are sons is that God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts: the Spirit that cries, ‘Abba, Father’, and it is this that makes you a son, you are not a slave any more; and if God has made you son, then he has made you heir." – Gal 4:4-7, which is today's Second Reading at Mass. This stained glass window is in Old St Paul's church in Edinburgh.

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Mater Dei



"May the glorious intercession of the Virgin and Martyr Saint Lucy give us a new heart, we pray, O Lord, so that we may celebrate her heavenly birthday in this present age and so behold things eternal. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Lucy, which is today (13 Dec). Stained glass window from Notre Dame du Sablon in Brussels.

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Saint Lucy



"She is God’s. She belongs to God in a perfect way to the extent that she is as if a part of the most Holy Trinity, although she is a finite creature. Moreover she is not only a “handmaid,” a “daughter,” a “property,” a “possession,” etc., but also the Mother of God! Here one is seized with giddiness… The Immaculate is a Spouse of the Holy Spirit in an unspeakable way… She has the same Son as the heavenly Father has. What an ineffable family! We belong to her, to the Immaculate. We are hers without limits, most perfectly hers; we are, as it were, her. Through our mediation she loves the good God. With our poor heart she loves her divine Son. We become the mediators through whom the Immaculate loves Jesus. And Jesus, considering us her property and, as it were, a part of his beloved Mother, loves her in us and through us. What a lovely mystery!" – St Maximilian Kolbe. 8 December is the feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Painting from Notre Dame des Victoires in Paris.

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The Immaculate Conception



"O pure and immaculate and likewise blessed Virgin, who art the sinless Mother of thy Son, the mighty Lord of the universe, thou who art inviolate and altogether holy, the hope of the hopeless and sinful, we sing thy praises. We bless thee, as full of every grace, thou who didst bear the God-Man: we bow low before thee; we invoke thee and implore thine aid. Rescue us, O holy and inviolate Virgin, from every necessity that presses upon us and from all the temptations of the devil. Be our intercessor and advocate at the hour of death and judgment; deliver us from the fire that is not extinguished and from the outer darkness; make us worthy of the glory of thy Son, O dearest and most clement Virgin Mother. Thou indeed art our only hope most sure and sacred in God's sight, to whom be honor and glory and majesty and dominion for ever and ever world without end. Amen." – St Ephrem the Syrian. 8 December is the feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Stained glass window from Notre Dame du Sablon, Brussels.

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Trampling the Serpent



"O God, who made the Bishop Saint Ambrose a teacher of the Catholic faith and a model of apostolic courage, raise up in your Church men after your own heart to govern her with courage and wisdom. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Ambrose (7 Dec). Mural (with a rather pointed quotation!) from the Greek Orthodox Cathedral in San Francisco.

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St Ambrose of Milan



"Barbara is believed to have lived in the 3rd century AD in the eastern Mediterranean, probably in modern Turkey or Lebanon. She was the beautiful daughter of a wealthy man and, while he was away, to ensure she remained virtuous, he had her locked in a tower. She secretly converted to Christianity and when her father had a bathhouse built for her, she asked the builders to place three windows in it to symbolise the Holy Trinity of the Christian church. When her father saw the windows he recognised their significance and became enraged, reporting her to the authorities. She was arrested, tortured and eventually sentenced to death by beheading. Her father himself carried out the sentence with his sword. He was then struck by lightning and killed, and his body consumed by flames, said to be divine retribution for the murder of his daughter. Because of this, Barbara became associated with thunder, lightning and sudden death. She is first mentioned as a saint in the 7th century, but became increasingly well-known from the 9th century on. In the 14th century she was recognised as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers, a group of saints who became particularly venerated due to the belief that they could protect against disease and sudden death. Their veneration began in the Rhineland in Germany at a time when the area was suffering from the Black Death and spread quickly throughout Europe. Barbara is often to be found depicted in medieval works of art, such as church paintings and statues." Today, 4 December, is the feast of St Barbara. She is associated with explosives and she became the patron saint for those who worked with them, such as artillery-men, military engineers and miners. This window by Charles Connick is in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral.

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Saint Barbara



"I bow before the cross made precious by Christ, my Master. I embrace it as his disciple." – Benedictus antiphon for the feast of St Andrew (30 Nov). Fresco by Mattia Preti from the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle in Rome.

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Martyrdom of Saint Andrew



"The next day again John was standing with two of his disciples; and he looked at Jesus as he walked, and said, "Behold, the Lamb of God!" The two disciples heard him say this, and they followed Jesus. Jesus turned, and saw them following, and said to them, "What do you seek?" And they said to him, "Rabbi" (which means Teacher), "where are you staying?" He said to them, "Come and see." They came and saw where he was staying; and they stayed with him that day, for it was about the tenth hour. One of the two who heard John speak, and followed him, was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother. He first found his brother Simon, and said to him, "We have found the Messiah" (which means Christ). He brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him, and said, "So you are Simon the son of John? You shall be called Cephas" (which means Peter). The next day Jesus decided to go to Galilee. And he found Philip and said to him, "Follow me." – John 1:35-43. Today, 30 November, is the feast of St Andrew and this icon is from the church of St Bartholomew in Rome.

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St Andrew the First-Called

Santa Cecília



"O God, who are glorified in the Bishop Saint Martin both by his life and death, make new, we pray, the wonders of your grace in our hearts, that neither death nor life may separate us from your love. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." Stained glass window by Kempe from the church of St Saviour's in Pimlico, London. Today, 11 Nov, is the feast of St Martin of Tours.

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St Martin of Tours



"Albert was born in Lauingen, Swabia, at the end of the twelfth century or the beginning of the thirteenth; having completed his studies in Pavia in 1223, he was received into the Order there by Blessed Jordan of Saxony. From 1242 to 1248 he taught at Paris, among all of his students the most diligent being Thomas Aquinas. To students gathered from many lands, Albert taught in a ‘universal’ spirit the new knowledge, that is, aristotelian physics according its Jewish and Arab interpretations. In 1248 he became Regent at the Studium Generale in Cologne, and Thomas followed him there. After fulfilling various duties, he was then elected Provincial of Teutonia from 1254-7, and with the Franciscan Saint Bonaventure he strongly defended the right of the mendicant orders to teach in the universities. Albert was consecrated Bishop of Ratisbon in 1260, but gave up the office after two years, considering himself to be unworthy. He took up teaching again, travelling between Wurzburg, Strasbourg and Cologne. He combined saintly wisdom with human knowledge in a wonderful way, and was a distinguished writer and teacher, but was yet more distinguished in the integrity of his life and in pastoral charity. He was noted for his deep piety towards the sacrament of the Eucharist and the Virgin Mother of God, who, it is said, had helped him to persevere in respect of his holy calling. He left behind writings on sacred doctrine and other sciences, and is worthily called the ‘Great’ and the ‘Universal’ doctor. He died on 15 November, 1280, in Cologne, and was declared a Doctor of the Church by Pius II in 1459. He was canonised by Pius XI on 16 December 1931 and Pius XII later declared him the patron saint of those involved in the natural sciences." Stained glass window from the former Dominican nuns chapel in Albany, NY, now part of Maria College.

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St Albert the Great



"If we wish to make any progress in the service of God we must begin every day of our life with new eagerness. We must keep ourselves in the presence of God as much as possible and have no other view or end in all our actions but the divine honour." – St Charles Borromeo whose feast is today (4 Nov). Stained glass window from Brussels Cathedral.

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St Charles Borromeo

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São Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin

Papa emérito Bento XVI

Papa emérito Bento XVI

Jesus Cristo Crucificado

Chaga da mãos de Jesus Cristo

Nossa Senhora das Dores

Santa Teresinha do Menino Jesus

Jesus e Santa Teresa d’Ávila

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XV Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus ressuscita como tinha dito

XIV Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus é sepultado

XIII Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus é decido da cruz e entregue a sua Mãe

XII Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus morre na cruz

XI Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus é crucificado

X Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus é despojado das suas vestes

IX Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus cai pela terceira vez

VIII Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus consola as mulheres de Jerusalém

VII Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus cai pela segunda vez

VI Estação da Via-Sacra - Verônica enxuga o rosto de Jesus

V Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus é ajudado por Simão de Cirene

IV Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus encontra sua mãe

III Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus cai pela primeira vez

II Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus toma sua cruz aos ombros

I Estação da Via-Sacra - Jesus Cristo é condenado à morte

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