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Thanks, Mitch. As far as I know, I never upsized any of the photos I've printed. They all started life as 1600x1200 photos taken with my digital camera, so I've had to downsize them to print smaller. (Of course I could be completely misunderstanding you!) Bev **** Included text from Valburg: >Might be a clue here, too, as to another possible reason for apparent >sharpness difference. If you upsized the file to print it larger, and then >downsized the same file again (rather than printing the second, smaller >print from the original smaller file) you have interpolated twice, which >will reduce the detail in the file, especially if the upsizing and >downsizing are to dimensions which aren't multiples of each other. For >instance, to double check this, I took a picture at a typical web >resolution of 72ppi, and upsized it in Photoshop to 130ppi, and then back >down to 72ppi. When compared at 200% magnification onscreen, the >up-and-down-sized image is noticeably less sharp. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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