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Thread: Resize IQ loss disaster

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    Arch-Σigmoid Ausphotography Regular ameerat42's Avatar
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    ...Some time later...

    Two more things related to this thread:
    1. Sometimes when cropping a distant subject, it is often sufficient to just
    crop it to (or near to) the maximum size allowed on AP - 1200 pixels. This
    will yield a 100% crop - ie, NO re-sizing required. That's what I did for this.
    It happens to be a 784px × 1,176px crop of the full sized image.

    2. When re-sizing (ie, re-sampling), an even number reduction would be
    more accurate in rendering detail than something arbitrary. Ie, re-sample
    to 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 of the original image size, rather than, say, 1/2.5 or so.

    For the example in point 1 above, if I had to re-sample the whole image to
    1/4 it would end up the same pixel size as that image, since my camera
    outputs 4704 x 3136 pixels. 4704/4 = 1176.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    Am, I sort of enjoy PP as part of the creative experience, and have brushed up, and got better resulst thanks to you and all who have helped. I have noticed that texture of the original makes a diference, so process may need to vary acccordingly.
    regards marty

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    After resizing try sharpening again by a fraction.

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    So many options to review, there truly more ways of killing a cat than by drowning it in milk.

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    That would have to be wholly cow's milk, I suppose?

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