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ShaolinTiger 03-15-2007 07:11 PM

Resizing Your Pictures for Shutter Asia
 
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1) Our guidelines require any pictures posted to the forum be 1024 pixel at the widest size so everyone can view them comfortably. There are a few ways to resize your picture depending on which software you are using. With Adobe Photoshop it's as below, select Image - Image size.

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2) For Shutter Asia use and most websites, you need to select the longest side as 1024px.

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3) After resizing for web it's recommended to run Unsharp mask at 150% 0.3 pixels 0 threshold to account for loss of sharpness by downsizing (Filter - Sharpen - Unsharp Mask).

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4) Free alternatives include Microsoft Powertoy, GIMP and Irfanview. You can get them here:

Microsoft Powertoy Image Resizer

The GIMP

Irfanview

5) To resize with Powertoy, install powertoy then right click on the image you want to resize and choose "Resize Pictures".

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6) Then choose 'Medium', be warned the quality which Powertoy produces when resizing is not acceptable to most who enjoy photography. It is a quick, simple, easy and free method however.

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It's recommended to resize with Irfanview or GIMP, you can find tutorials on how to do so here:

Resizing images with GIMP

Resizing images with Irfanview

Mesim 09-09-2012 02:25 AM

This post is*very*informative.*Thank you!

calvincychin 09-09-2012 08:20 AM

thanks for the info... especially the sharpening piece


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