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



"O ye apostles, assembled here from the ends of the earth, bury my body in Gethsemane: and Thou my Son and God, receive my Spirit." - from the Vigil of the Dormition. This icon is in the Abbey of the Dormition on Mount Sion, Jerusalem.

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Our Lady Carried into Heaven



"With so many witnesses in a great cloud on every side of us, we too, then, should throw off everything that hinders us, especially the sin that clings so easily, and keep running steadily in the race we have started. Let us not lose sight of Jesus, who leads us in our faith and brings it to perfection: for the sake of the joy which was still in the future, he endured the cross, disregarding the shamefulness of it, and from now on has taken his place at the right of God’s throne. Think of the way he stood such opposition from sinners and then you will not give up for want of courage. In the fight against sin, you have not yet had to keep fighting to the point of death." – Hebrews 12:1-4, which is today's 2nd reading at Mass. This photo is of Calvary, the place where Jesus Christ was crucified. It is within the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.

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He Endured the Cross



"Reign, O Mother and Queen, by showing us the path of holiness and by guiding and assisting us that we may never stray from it. In the heights of heaven you exercise your primacy over the choirs of angels who acclaim you as their sovereign, and over the legions of saints who delight in beholding your dazzling beauty. So, too, reign over the entire human race, above all by opening the path of faith to those who do not yet know your Divine Son." – from a prayer of Pope Pius XII. This painting is by Annibale Caracci, made for a Roman cardinal sometime after the artist’s arrival in Rome in 1595. It is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

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Coronation of the Virgin Mary



"O God, who called blessed Teresa, virgin to respond to the love of your Son thirsting on the cross with outstanding charity to the poorest of the poor, grant us, we beseech you, by her intercession, to minister to Christ in his suffering brothers. Through Christ our Lord. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Teresa of Kolkata (Calcutta), which is on 5 September. This bust of the saint is in the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Detroit, MI.

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St Teresa of Kolkata



From the altar of St John's chapel in Ewelme parish church by Sir Ninian Comper c.1902.

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St Sebastian (Comper)



From All Saints' Cambridge - the north aisle.

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St Elizabeth and St John



From All Saints' Cambridge - the north aisle.

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Annunciation



"Moses accordingly made a bronze serpent and mounted it on a pole, and whenever anyone who had been bitten by a serpent looked at the bronze serpent, he recovered." - Numbers 21:9

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Bronze Serpent



Victorian glass from the west window of St Edmundsbury Cathedral.

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Creation of Eve



Victorian glass from the west window of St Edmundsbury Cathedral.

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Adam & Eve



From the Lady chapel of Sidney Sussex college in Cambridge commemorating the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary.

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Ascension



From the St Catherine window by Burne Jones & Morris in 1877-8.

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Angel with garment



From the St Catherine window by Burne Jones & Morris in 1877-8. She bears the likeness of Edith Liddell, sister of 'Alice in Wonderland'.

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St Catherine



St Matthew is depicted with the angel, one of the symbols of the four Evangelists. From the east window, designed by Burne Jones and made by Morris & Co. of the pre-Raphaelite school, installed in the then-Unitarian chapel of Manchester College, Oxford.

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St Matthew



St Mark is depicted with the lion, one of the symbols of the four Evangelists. From the east window, designed by Burne Jones and made by Morris & Co. of the pre-Raphaelite school, installed in the then-Unitarian chapel of Manchester College, Oxford.

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St Mark



St Luke is depicted with the ox, one of the symbols of the four Evangelists. From the east window, designed by Burne Jones and made by Morris & Co. of the pre-Raphaelite school, installed in the then-Unitarian chapel of Manchester College, Oxford.

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St Luke



St John, the Beloved Disciple, is depicted with the eagle, one of the symbols of the four Evangelists. He is piercing gaze seems to be willing the eagle to disclose the depths o theology which is a hallmark of his Gospel. From the east window, designed by Burne Jones and made by Morris & Co. of the pre-Raphaelite school, installed in the then-Unitarian chapel of Manchester College, Oxford.

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St John



St Martha was renowned for her hospitality and is a fitting patroness for the sisters who worked and served the sick here. From the east window of All Saints' Convent chapel, Oxford. Designed by Comper c.1905-7.

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St Martha



From the Lady chapel of All Saints' Convent chapel, Oxford by Comper.

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The Virgin Assumed



From a series of windows in the south aisle of St Mary & St John's church in Cowley. The windows feature Biblical mothers and their children and is by Sir Ninian Comper.

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St Elizabeth & St John



The Crest of the Merchant Taylors is a lamb with the rising sun behind it, perhaps an allusion to St John the Baptist who proclaimed Christ as the Lamb of God and the Rising Sun. St John the Baptist was patron of the Guild of Merchant Taylors.

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Agnus Dei crest



Part of the Annunciation window in the 19th-century former Dominican chapel at Hawkesyard, Staffordshire. The presence of Christ on the Cross is a reminder that Christ was born for our salvation, which He accomplished by his death and resurrection. The Father and the Spirit also present in this window reminds us that salvation in Christ means that we share the Trinitarian life and become "partakers in the divine nature" (2 Pet 1:4).

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Hawkesyard Annunciation



Detail from the west window at Church Hanborough. "IHS" is the monogram of the Holy Name of Jesus. It comes from the first three letters in the Greek spelling of Jesus' name: those letters are iota ("I"), eta ("H") and sigma (here rendered as its Roman equivalent: "S"). A later tradition holds that IHS represents the Latin, 'Iesus Hominum Salvator', meaning "Jesus Saviour of Mankind."

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Crown and Sacred Monogram



"Behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, "Joseph, son of David, do not fear to take Mary your wife, for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit; she will bear a son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins." - Matthew 1:20-21 Windows by Clayton and Bell in the south wall at Freeland commemorate the life of the Virgin.

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Angel appearing to St Joseph



At Cropredy parish church

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Christ in Gethsemane



"Jesus said to her, "Mary." She turned and said to him in Hebrew, "Rab-bo'ni!" (which means Teacher)." - John 20:16 Glass from Great St Mary's, Cambridge

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Christ & Mary Magdalene



"When Joseph woke from sleep, he did as the angel of the Lord commanded him; he took [Mary as] his wife." - Matthew 1:24 Windows by Clayton and Bell in the south wall at Freeland commemorate the life of the Virgin.

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Marriage of the Virgin to St Joseph



From Magdalene College chapel, Cambridge.

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Via Dolorosa



An interesting war memorial window in St Michael's church, Oxford that shows St George defeating the dragon against a war-torn background, giving it a contemporary spin.

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St George at War



From St Mary & St John in Cowley. I can't find the strawberry signature but it looks to me to be designed by Comper.

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St Anne & Our Lady



A detail from Comper's window c.1913 in the south aisle of St Mary & St John's in Cowley.

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Christ learning carpentry



Comper's oriel window in Oriel College features the Father holding the Son Crucified, a popular medieval theme. Interestingly, the Holy Spirit is not depicted but is very prominent in the window opposite that faces this. However, it is odd that the Father has a cruciform halo, as this is normally reserved for the Son. If so, this could actually depict the glorified Christ showing forth his own Sacrifice on Calvary - an unusual theme indeed. The Cross is green, the colour of life. Around are angels holding the sword and shield of King Edward II, founder of the College. The kind himself kneels in worship before this divine vision. The angel on the left bears a lance, which I believe is the sacred lance that pierced the side of Christ, rather than Edward II's own weapon. Taken together with the Annunciation window opposite, I think this window shows the glorified Lord in heaven, his 'reditus' or return to the Father, just as the Annunciation is about Christ's humble descent to earth, his 'exitus' from the Trinity into the womb of the Virgin.

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The Father and the Son



A beautiful window in the style of Christopher Webb from St Katherine's chapel in Leicester Cathedral.

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St Francis preaching to the birds



"Abroad the Regal Banners fly, Now shines the Cross's mystery; Upon it Life did death endure, And yet by death did life procure." - From the 'Vexilla Regis'. As the summer sun set, it cast a golden glow on the Rood in Holy Cross priory church, Leicester.

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The Cross shines forth in mystic glow...



St Dunstan (909–May 19, 988) was an Archbishop of Canterbury (960–988), canonized in 1029. He began his monastic career as a hermit at nearby Glastonbury Abbey. He worked as a silversmith and in the scriptorium there. He functions as the patron saint of goldsmiths, and himself worked as a blacksmith, painter, and jeweller. This window has beautiful colours in the glass and is found in St Dunstan's chapel, Leicester Cathedral.

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St Dunstan



St Luke, evangelist and patron of painters is normally shown painting the Virgin & Child, but here he is, rather charmingly, shown painting himself!

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St Luke painting self-portrait



Glass in Our Lady and the English Martyrs Church in Cambridge, depicting the Holy Spirit coming upon St Peter to guide and direct him and his successors, the popes, in the divinely-instituted office of the Papacy.

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Tu es Petrus!



Glass in Little St Mary's in Cambridge. This looks to be by Geoffrey Webb.

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St Martin of Tours



While St Martin was still a soldier at Amiens he experienced the vision that became the most-repeated story about his life. He was at the gates of the city of Amiens with his soldiers when he met a scantily dressed beggar. He impulsively cut his own military cloak in half and shared it with the beggar. That night he dreamed of Jesus wearing the half-cloak Martin had given away. He heard Jesus say to the angels: "Here is Martin, the Roman soldier who is not baptised; he has clad me."

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St Martin and the beggar