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    greatdog
    greatdog  6 England
    20 Feb 2012 - 7:09 AM

    Anybody got a good work flow that they use all the time to resize photos in photoshop elements 7.Its a part of photography i struggle with!

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    GarethRobinson
    20 Feb 2012 - 8:35 AM

    I use this for enlarging, you can get a free 30day trial http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/suite/perfect-resize/?ind

    GlennH
    GlennH e2 Member 81822 forum postsGlennH vcard France1 Constructive Critique Points
    20 Feb 2012 - 9:07 AM

    This, from the Adobe website (Elements 7):


    Quote:
    Bicubic
    Slow, but more precise, resulting in the smoothest tonal gradations.

    Bicubic Smoother
    Use when you're enlarging images.

    Bicubic Sharper
    Use when you’re reducing the size of an image. This method maintains the detail in a resampled image. It may, however, oversharpen some areas of an image. In this case, try using Bicubic.

    These are the same choices and algorithms that are present in the full version of PS, and when Adobe presented these options it largely made third-party plug-ins and standalone apps redundant.

    Link here.

    RogBrown
    RogBrown e2 Member 72987 forum postsRogBrown vcard England10 Constructive Critique Points
    20 Feb 2012 - 9:47 AM

    I use Easy Thumbnails. It's free & a doddle to use.

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