Not Your Everyday Banana

by Bart Arondson

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Dec
8
comment Which is sharper, theoretically - small image at 100% or large image re-sized in Photoshop?
Thanks to both Stan Rogers and @NickBedford for their very good advice. I should have made it clear that the images in question are literally "throw away" images and that the "ultimate sharp image" is not usually the goal (as is so often seen on eBay and such, the goal there seems quite the opposite ;-). So the original question was almost academic but still of interest from a purist point of view. I've been messing around with QuickMTF today and The Chart (ISO). Images taken at 3008px and reduced to 1504 are showing marginally sharper edges but lower MTF50 for some reason. Such fun! T.C.
Dec
7
comment Which is sharper, theoretically - small image at 100% or large image re-sized in Photoshop?
Thank you, David. Both links look interesting and I'll certainly be trying your workflow. T.C.
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asked Which is sharper, theoretically - small image at 100% or large image re-sized in Photoshop?