Ok, So i am attempting to do a CT for the first time. What is the EASIEST way to get a reverse of the image that you are wanting to do? Am I going about it the right way by tracing the outline on the back of the image, or is there an easier way to do this, that I just havent thought of?
. . . do you have easy access to a photo copy machine . . . you can make a transparency and just flip it over . . . guess there are other ways too, but this would be the easiest way I can think of that would ensure none of your details would be lost . . .
do you have a copy of what you want on line . . . I'm pretty sure you could find a place to reverse it on line and then just be able to print it off at home . . .
I don't know if this will help you, but I either just print a mirror image (I can do that with my printer) or I take the picture into a photo editor and flip it.
if the image is on your computer, just open up Paint, pull up the image, click on 'image', then go down to 'flip/rotate'. Click the 'flip horizontal', and viola! Reverse image.
if it's not on your computer, the transparency idea would work. Good luck!
If all else fails - $1 at Kinko's!! My home computer has been down (on the laptop) so I can't print, so Kinko's has been my friend lately.
Thanks DoniB, I knew there must be a way to do it on the conputer, but I must admit, I didnt even think about paint.
It took me a minute to figure it out, but I got it! Thanks so much everyone for the help!
I use Paint for just about everything. I write instruction books for various fiber crafts (self published, mostly), and I use Paint almost exclusively. If it had a contrast/brightness setting to play around with, I'd never have to use a photo editor again.