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Editing Images

Wed Jan 02, 2002 3:50 pm

Hello,
I recently had added my first photo to Airliners.net
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Photo © Ashley Cripps

. I was wondering, when scanning from prints (I scan at 720dpi at 100%) and then save the file and open it in photoshop, if it is better to do all the tweaking (such as sharpening and removal of grain) when it is still large, as opposed to when I resize it to 900pixels across?

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RE: Editing Images

Thu Jan 03, 2002 9:37 am

Whatever you do, use unsharp mask as the last step before saving the definitive image.

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