Pictures unsharp unless view in full view?


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DEADMETAL

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

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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.
 

DEADMETAL

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

n0d3

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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?
 

n0d3

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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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Got my answer already thanks nod.
 

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