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    Default Pictures unsharp unless view in full view?

    How do I resize it so that it can remain as sharp as full view?

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    Default Re: Pictures unsharp unless view in full view?

    Hi, you can't get the same sharpness when you resize. That is because some information is lost in the process. You will have to do some sharpening.

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    Default Re: Pictures unsharp unless view in full view?

    which means resize than sharpen? Is that what everyone does?

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    Yes, especially if you use a dSLRs the photos need a bit of sharpening unless you tweaked the in camera processing settings. Use Photoshop to resize, make sure you use Bicubic. Then use USM.

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    What you mean by Bicubic, then use USM? Is those process done after resizing?

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    Launch Photoshop, when you resize by default the resampling option is Bicubic. USM = Unsharp mask, you never use before meh? Do a search, got quite a few guides on how to use USM.

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    Thanks, never use before leh, else I won't be asking this question. I'm using those software given by canon when I purchase my cam, do those software have those features?

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    Default Re: Pictures unsharp unless view in full view?

    Got my answer already thanks nod.

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