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  1. I've seen many references to downsizing to increase visible sharpness in a questionable image. I've never done this, but the time has come to incorporate it into my workflow--only when necessary, of course. I'm currently tossing away some images that I think can be saved. There are countless 'methods' described on the web for doing this, some quite complicated. Would appreciate a description of your preferred technique for downsizing. Is it simply opening in PS and reducing the pixel dimensions of the image, or is there more to it than that? Shooting w
  2. Fess up! I know some of you do it (I may have done it -- maybe). What I'm curious about is just big (or small?) a reduction do you make? How many mega bites do you aim for? Don't worry -- I won't tell Alamy, and this shall remain totally secret . . . except for the people who read this open forum. Edo
  3. Reading through a couple of topics on the forum I have seen downsizing recommended as a way of increasing the sharpness of a photo. Does this really work? I have read elsewhere that it is something of a myth. Can anyone provide an example and explain exactly how they downsize? Thanks. Kevin
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