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    Default Re: Techniques for resizing/photoshopping pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by godzilla60 View Post
    however, i didn't realise that resizing affects sharpness? or does it apply only for resizing using a jpg and not for resizing and saving as a jpg from RAW?
    when you resize to SMALLER,

    the photo will look blurrer. try it for a scene with a lot of detail - you'll see what i mean.

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    Default Re: Techniques for resizing/photoshopping pics?

    I suggest you use an Imageready droplet to do batch resize! With that you can select your resizing algorithm too. Select Bicubic Sharper/Smoother for the best effect! PM me if you need help on the droplet!

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    Default Re: Techniques for resizing/photoshopping pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by TroyP View Post
    Thanks
    I only just started touching up my pics on flickr (they were originally uploaded with no touch-ups).
    I didn't touch up and upload the grasshopper yet. BTW the background is a purple chair, I did notice that Photoshop turns it blue with auto-color adjustment.
    That's a good example of why the auto adjustments should be avoided. I deliberately made the background blue (not knowing what the original color was).

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    Default Re: Techniques for resizing/photoshopping pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    when you resize to SMALLER,

    the photo will look blurrer. try it for a scene with a lot of detail - you'll see what i mean.
    thanks for the headup....never noticed that at all although i resize a lot...
    G

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