I don't know how it's called in English, but sometimes some people refer to it in Brazilian Portuguese as "alto contraste", which can be translated as "high contrast". But I've searched and found it seems not to be accurate.
I made this using Corel DRAW following a tutorial I found long ago, but I lost the link to it and can't remember all the steps. I can remember it started by converting to grayscale then launching PHOTO-PAINT via a command from DRAW to complete the work.
So I ask you to please help me find the best (and easiest) way to make that effect directly in Corel PHOTO-PAINT. TIA.
Don't really need to go into Photopaint .
In Draw select the image and click Bitmap/Mode/Black & White then adjust settings as needed
I got it! But I found that:
In DRAWSelect image > Bitmaps > Mode > Black-and-white (1-bit) > Line art
In PHOTO-PAINTImage > Convert to black-and-white (1-bit) > Line art
Two steps less in PHOTO-PAINT.But I remember that on my first try in DRAW with the image I posted here I couldn't get a good balance between the black and white areas, and the aforementioned lost tutorial had some steps to make adjustments. So I got the result in the image.