I neeed to obtain from a website and correctly size (images should be square shaped, i.e. 100x100, 117x117 etc.) around 180 images for my inventory. Each image is currently a part of a file, some contain multiple images. Each required image needs to be extracted as its own image and put on a white square background sized close to the size of the cut piece. I am expecting to pay around $[url removed, login to view] per image.
Obtaining the images
1) All images are located on website. URL is [url removed, login to view]
2) On this website there are 8 categories of items listed across the top (Jewelry, Millefiori, Pens Inkwell, Lampwork, Artistic Museum, Chandeliers, Beads Necklaces) . These categories correspond to the categories listed in bright green lines on the attached file "GOV Inventory Images.xls" (for example - line 2, line 10, etc). Click on British Flag on the website to see category names in English. Each item listed on the attached spreadsheet can be found in one of these categories
3) In the attached file Item Number column has item numbers for each required image, and Page On Website column has page, row and column within the appropriate category on [url removed, login to view] where each image can be found.
Example: line 13 item number AA9905 is listed under Jewelry category within AA Collection (line 12 above). Page on Website column in Line 12 specifies p1, col 1 row 4. Go to [url removed, login to view] , click on British Flag, then click on Jewelry category, then navigate to p1. In column 1, row 4 on that page you will find image listed as AA. This image contains all images within that collection. Click on that image. You will see an image with various items on it, each listed with a certain code. Find item number AA9905 (small square pendant in the upper left corner of the image). This is the image I need for line 13. Every other item under AA Collection line (lines 13 through 19) can be founded on the same image within Jewelry on page 1 column 1 row 4.
5. Name of the new image should correspond to the item number in column “A”, for example, in our case above, image should be named “[url removed, login to view]”. If there is more than one image for one item, i.e. same model with different colors, I need as many separate images as there are separate colors, each with “_1”, “_2”, etc added at the end of the file name. For example, if there are 3 different colors for a catalog item BB555, I need 3 images, “[url removed, login to view]”, “[url removed, login to view]”, and “[url removed, login to view]”. If the item number contains "/", in the image name these characters should be replaced with "-", for example, for item #FE/560/10, image should be "FE-560-10.jpg"
Sizing the images
Every image has to be square sized on a white background. The size should be equal to the size of the bigger dmension of the item plus a few pixels. For example, if there is a necklase that, after being cut from an image is 200x170, the target image should be 210x210 in size.
Every image should have a light grey copyright text on the bottom left corner. I will povide the text of the copyright.
To prove you can do the job, please submit 2 samples of images based on the "AA.jpg" that is attached. Please create images for item #CO3673/40 and #AA9905 and send them to me for review to kevin[dot]grinberg[at]gmail[dot]com