Downsampling for monitor

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jytzel
Jul 24, 2004
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IĀ“m looking for the best technique to downsample my images for monitor resolution. I usually work with drum scans on 675ppi and downsample to 96ppi monitor resolution. I use PS CS; sometimes I use bicubic and other times bicubic smoother and then sharpen but I was never really happy with the results. I’m not a big fan of sharpening- or maybe I’m not good at it. I want my small images to retain the smooth tonality and crispness of the original scans ( from MF and LF slides) How to achieve that? I’ve seen web images that stirred my envy!

regards,
J.

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Journalist-North
Jul 24, 2004
"Jytzel" wrote in message
IĀ“m looking for the best technique to downsample my images for monitor resolution. I usually work with drum scans on 675ppi and downsample to 96ppi monitor resolution. I use PS CS; sometimes I use bicubic and other times bicubic smoother and then sharpen but I was never really happy with the results. I’m not a big fan of sharpening- or maybe I’m not good at it. I want my small images to retain the smooth tonality and crispness of the original scans ( from MF and LF slides) How to achieve that? I’ve seen web images that stirred my envy!
regards,
J.
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DON’T downsample >and< resize – just resize for the screen.

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Eric Gill
Jul 24, 2004
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DON’T downsample >and< resize – just resize for the screen.

Just how in the hell do you expect to "resize" an image for the screen without it being resampled?
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Mike Russell
Jul 25, 2004
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