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Adjust your camera settings to match processing you like. Remember, you are never seeing a RAW file but an image rendered from one. So any distinction in resolution is a difference in processing. Be sure to select the highest resolution and quality level and adjust the level of sharpness in the selected Picture Style. Resolution should match exactly what ...


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Same problem here. Easily overcome by going to 'Image size' and changing it back to 300DPI. I found mine changed, strangely, to 72DPI whilst editing.


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If you have many images you want something that can be automated. ImageMagick is a free toolbox designed to perform many image operations in shell scripts (.BAT, if you are on Windows). In the case at hand: convert WithRed.png -colorspace Gray WithoutRed.png gives: You can even increase sharpness: convert WithRed.png -colorspace Gray -sharpen 0x1.0 ...


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In anticipation of this being migrated to Graphic Design Image menu/Adjustments/Black & White. Then just pull the reds back slightly.


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