|Quoting Bogac (Thread starter):|
Hi... Do you guys use a special technique while downsizing? As I resize my images, mostly jagged edges appear and I wonder whether there's a smart way of doing this.
|Quoting Bogac (Reply 2):|
Yes, I do use Bicubic sharper as well. But I was wondering whether it would be better to downsize by let's say 10% intervals rather than just downsizing in a single step.
|Quoting Kaphias (Reply 4):|
I think what Vik is saying is that you DON'T want to use Bicubic Sharper. Just use normal Bicubic.
|Quoting n314as (Reply 7):|
If you want to make a photo for a 4x6 and also for the internet, bring it down to 1024 across at 72 dpi
For an 8x10 or 8x12, then double that at 2048 across at 144 dpi
for a 12x18, increase it again to 3072 across at around 250 dpi
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