Originally Posted by Hulk
How much sharpening are you putting on that in Photoshop when you resize the photo? I always try to be cautious with these adjustments. To the trained eye it looks very apparent.
It's a very nice photo but I'd love to see it with a little less unsharp mask.
Yes, I have over sharpened and reduced the picture size with optimization, It becomes a bit pixilated in some areas but I still like it, I don't mind the pixilation since I am not publishing or printing these pics, I also over due it a bit because when I post the pics here they look a little out of focus...not sure if it's just me. I don't use photoshop, I use photofiltre (a free program that has the essentials and does batch jobs...very small file to install) it's great for stuff like this, when I go for publishing or printing large format photos I use Photoshop on the desktop with quad processors and 8 gigs of memory...makes quick work of any job. Like they say different strokes for different folks.
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