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Posted: Sep 8 2007, 01:20 PM
Member No.: 44
Joined: 8-September 07
After reading Martyn Moore's fine book on creating a website, "The Photographer's Guide to Setting Up a Website", there's one thing I'm not clear on.
I have my Canon Rebel XTi camera set for the Highest quality, which produces images 3888x2592 pixels in size. When I downsize an image with photo editing software (such as Microsoft Picture It!) to small sizes like 4x6 down to thumbnail size, considerable distortion occurs which I'm unable to remove with the software (I've tried several different programs).
How does one produce clear small images down to thumbnail size for use on a Website from a High quality photo? There's something here that I'm not understanding.