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Subject: Re: EXIF data




In my inbox you will see to pics of some dude from a ren faire...

All post p was done with DIP then saved at 72DPI. Then I did a save for web
in DIP at 800 on it's longest side. Then Scaled the saved post p file with
the GIMP and saved (jpg compression 85) to a file.

http://www.pbase.com/awpollard/inbox

Looking at the 2 clicking back and forth I actually think I see what is
going on...Save for web seems to be over sharpening the image (normally I
would do a sharpen to my resized GIMP shots but did not here...definately not
as much as Save for web did).

Look at the edge of the sword, edges (and shadows) of the gentlemens costume
and bandana on both shots and you can see what I call jaggies).

Now no one prints at this resolution but when competing on the web at 72DPI
and resolutions no greater than 800 or even some of them at 640, it is
noticable.

The resize powertoy is pretty cool but appears to do no sharpening at all.
Still a cool ut that I will use.

Thanks...

"Andy P" wrote:

> I will do post p and resize with both DIP10 and the GIMP and post link to
> them over at my pbase account.
>
> But I will try the Powertoy Resizer (most be fairly new as I dl'd the color
> management not too long ago) thanks.
>
> BTW: I am using a Canon 20D which is EXIF 2.21
>
> "John Inzer" wrote:
>
> > Andy P wrote:
> > > Question is: Is there a way to tweak the way DIP10 saves
> > > the EXIF data in a Edited Photo?
> > ================
> > No.
> > ================
> > > If DIP10 scaled (downsized) or saved for web a little
> > > cleaner (with smaller filesize jpgs) I would never leave
> > > DIP, But there is no avoiding the jaggies with DIP
> > > resizing.
> > =================
> > I haven't experienced the *jaggies* that
> > you describe. What is the original pixel
> > size of your images? Are you going to...
> > Save a copy for / Save for e-mail or web?
> >
> > What size are you choosing? Are you
> > choosing a small size and then viewing it
> > full screen?
> >
> > Have you tried resizing in Windows Explorer?
> > There's a free PowerToy that does a nice job.
> > (I'm guessing you are running WinXP)
> >
> > OK, go to the following link and download and
> > install: ImageResizer.exe
> >
> > http://tinyurl.com/36n
> >
> > Then you can open any folder that contains
> > images and you will have an option to resize.
> > Just right click the selected image files and
> > choose Resize Pictures from the menu. You
> > can select one image or a whole group.
> >
> > The program will place the resized copies in
> > the folder with your originals.
> > (Tip: *Never* overwrite your originals)
> >
> > To insure that images in both portrait and
> > landscape orientation are resized to the
> > same dimensions...go to...Advanced...
> > and enter the largest number in both fields.
> > IOW...for 600x800...enter 800 in both fields.
> >
> > --
> >
> > John Inzer
> > MS Picture It! MVP
> >
> > Digital Image
> > Highlights and FAQs
> > http://tinyurl.com/aczzp
> >
> > Making Good Newsgroup Posts
> > http://www.dts-l.org/goodpost.htm
> >
> >
> >
> >

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