Vectors are images whose quality does not decrease and remains constant as they increase in size. This means you can make a vector many times larger and still maintain the original quality.
In this article, we are at your service with a video tutorial on how to convert photos to vectors in Photoshop. We will teach you how to convert a photo into a vector in a visual and simple way.
But this is not the case with pixel images, and if you enlarge the image a little, you will experience a drop in quality.
If we want to examine vector photos graphically, we must say that vector photos are made of different pixel sizes together. Most online images found on the Internet are checkered.
The photo background is made of pixels containing color to form and transfer the photo.
Vector graphics also use colored pixels and squares to create color. In fact, we are trying to say that the type of formula and geometry that make up an image is independent of its resolution.
That is, the image does not lose its quality, but is preserved by the polygon containing the color of the nature of the image. However, this is not the case with low quality photos and by zooming in on the photo, its elements become checkered.
The easiest way to convert images to vector is to use action in Photoshop. You can use this wonderful action to convert images into vector in Photoshop software.
Working with this action is very simple and also the video that we have prepared for you in this section teaches you how to use this action, which you can see in the following.
How to convert photos to vectors:
start of work:
Step 1 – To convert photos to vector in Photoshop, you must first download the ” Action to convert images to vector “. After downloading, follow the steps in the order taught below.
Step 2 – Open Photoshop software and bring the action file you downloaded into Photoshop software. There are two ways to do this. The first method is to double-click on the file to open it automatically in Photoshop. In the second method, you can go to the File tab after running Photoshop and select the Open option and go to The action file is there, go and open the action in Photoshop.
Step 3 – After installing the action, this action will be add to your list of actions and to see it, just go to the action panel. If the action panel is disabled for you, you can go to the window tab to activate it and activate the action option (you can use the Alt + F9 key combination to do this ).
Step 4 – Now you see the desired action in the list of actions. But before performing the action, you should be sure of a few things:
Tip 1: Go to the Image tab and from the Mode menu select RGB Color and 8Bits / Chanels on the active mode or select.
Tip 2: From the panel layer section, select the panel option to open the Layer panel options window . On the next page, you must activate the last option, Add “copy” to copied layers and Groups , and finally ok .
To have a good image, set the resolution between 1500 and 3000. If you want to change the desired image size, select Image size ( Alt + ctrl + I ) from the Image menu to open the settings window. In this section, you can change the size of your photo and give it the desired length and width. Select 120 resolution and click Ok to apply the changes .
Step 5 – It’s time to run the action.
It is very easy to work with action. Go to the action section and click on the play option to run the action.
Step 7 – During the action you can use a series of settings on the light and color of the image to get a better result.
After closing this window, a new window will open so you can increase or decrease the brightness of the photo. In this section, the Expocure option is used to change the light intensity. The next two options, offset and Gamma correction , do much the same. You can also output a vector file with the suffix Ai from your image for use in Illustrator software.
Step 8- Finally, after the action is complete, your image will be available as follows. Go to the file tab and save the vector you created on your computer.
Pay attention to pixelation! Now see our image after editing:
While some parts of the image may appear clearer, the overall image is preserve.
If you have any questions about how to convert a photo to a vector, let us know in the comments section.