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sharpness problem

 
psxindo
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Nov 30, 2007 12:53 |  #1

Hi,
I use lightroom.

when I look at my picture in lightroom it looks sharper than after I convert it to Jpeg.
Usually my setting in lightroom are 50~80 amount, 1.0, 25~40, 50~70.

then I would resize the picture to 1800-1200 pixels.

does the resizing making my pictures less sharp?
I'm still learning to do PP.

Thanks


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kevin_c
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Nov 30, 2007 13:30 |  #2

When you re-size you will need to sharpen slightly.

Personally I use the default settings in LR, I believe this gives a small amount of 'capture sharpening' to the RAW image. Any more sharpening is done in Photoshop and depends upon the size of the image and the output (screen/web or print).


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