Originally Posted by tim griffin
What is a tiff
Where can I get this soft ware and how hard to operate .
Plan A is Slim Tim in his Budgie smugglers and waterproof camera
Plan B is computer pictures
Plan C a mixture of both
A tiff is a type of image file. TIFF stands for T
ormat - it is quite a common graphics format - but actually any format should be fine e.g. jpeg etc.
Inkscape is FoC and available from www.inkscape.org
Assuming you are using Windows then you are probably just wanting the link below.
Learning curve depends on how good you are with a computer, and how good you are at understanding how these sorts of drawing packages work. I am by no means an expert, I do understand computers pretty well, I am not an artist, I have very little experience with PC Art packages. I took me less than one day to produce sensible artwork from 4 photos (i.e. 4 images) including downloading the software.
It seems a popular package (particularly for Linux geeks) and so there is plenty of info on the web, including "how to..." type tutorials.
As its work related stuff I don't want to post the images - but I will PM you the before and after so you can see the effect.
If its not hugely urgent, there aren't too many, and your expectations aren't great I could have a stab at your images if you decide you are not computer literate enough for the software.