Hi Guys, I use Photoshop CS5 and shoot in+ , and then edit the files and save as , highest res (10) but when i enlarge the size of the photos, i.e. set as a background on the laptop, they don't stay clear?
I shoot with a 550D which is an 18 megapixel camera and i dont understand why my images look so grainy when larger than the standard size. I know that when you get things printed, you can up the resolution (i havent had anything printed), but im becomming concerned about supplying what the industry says is 'highest resolution' photos that actually arent. I did read a few articles that say to save your files as .tif instead of - would that make a difference?
Thanks in advance.
-Imogen (confused and bewildered).