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Subject: Re: EXIF data




Andy P wrote:
> 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...
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OK...you cropped this image...this may be
the reason for pixelation. And...the GIMP
version appears to have some type of blur
added which would make the edges appear
smoother.

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