This project involves taking images from the web and saving them. It is not hard and the images are right there so you can do this quickly.
Here is what I need to do: I want to get images of different airplanes. Each of the images must be 400x260 and saved at at approximately Jpg 8/10 quality (Photoshop save-to-web "high"quality).
a) get the images
b) crop and resize them as appropriate
c) put them in folders
You will get the images from websites. These will all be screenshots of aircraft in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004/2002 (or 2000, if nothing else is available).
In the .zip file attached, you will see some files.
One text file shows you the sample URL of where you can get screenshots from. The first URL there is probably all you need for this job. **YOU CAN ALSO USE OTHER Flight Simulator Screenshot WEBSITES NOT LISTED HERE.**
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Another text file shows all the aircraft that you will eventually get. However, for this project, you only need to get the AIRBUS AIRCRAFT:
If you do these well, you will also get the follow up project which is to get the rest of them.
The purpose of this project is that I am writing a game where the user has to guess what airplane it is. Therefore the images you get should be of the OUTSIDE of the aiplane in the DAY (not night). I have provided some sample PC-12 images in the .zip file as well showing some samples of another airplane. For the most part, most or all of the airplane should be visible in each image. Try to select images that show a lot of detail. CROP OFF excess background so that the main airplane takes up the most of the image. It is ok to here and there chop off wingtips / etc to better see the airplane.
The ideal is to get at least **30** images per aircraft. This will not always be possible for all aircraft (though for the Airbus aircraft it should be quite simple). For some aircraft later on, it will be difficult to get even 1 or 5 images.
**Important:** if your image shows what the airplane is (for example, some Airbus 340 might have "airbus 340" written on it), use photoshop to obscure this little bit. Remember, this is for an airplane guessing game.
You return the images in a .zip file, one airplane / group per folder. they should be named as follows:
A300 images = [url removed, login to view] through [url removed, login to view] where x is the largest image you get. A318 = a318_1 through a318_x and so forth.
Important: this work (the airbus aircraft) are all to be done in 2 days. It should only take a few hours with photoshop. However, after you do your first aircraft, you must show me via RAC so i can check it to make sure everything is ok.
**BIDDERS: ** Submit with your bids ONE image of ONE aircraft so that I can see that you know what you are doing. Any image will be fine.
**Please do not bid unless you are also willing to potentially do all the aircraft, not just the airbus ones.
**A familiarity with airplanes in general is helpful.**
If you have any questions, please do let me know. Thanks!