A texture image conversion complex in a simplified vector graphic


I have a complex of water chart, I'm trying to simplify and vectorize. I manipulated the image in Photoshop to bring out the contrast and tried pathing image then export paths to illustrator, but the size of the file was obviously great same situation bringing the TIFF in Illustrator and use the vectorization. Is there anyway between programs or both, I can simply and smooth the vector illustration to shall declare the size of the file and make it easier to manipulate, size, color, ect. ? I use the image as texture and it doesn't have to be complex, I would just flow and structure lines.

I've attached a screenshot of the TIFF Photoshop file I created off the coast of the original photo of the water and the vectorized version, that I have done, by using vectorization, in Illustrator. The vectorized version is a bit unstable and complex. I don't know you have a thing or the best way to do it.

Thank you very much.


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Color will be easier to handle after vectorization.

And if you do not want to lose details will not get fewer anchor points.

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