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[filmscanners] Re: OT: Resizing without resampling

"Nagaraj, Ramesh" <Ramesh.Nagaraj@ca.com> wrote: "After sharpening, I am
using "Image size"->"Document size"(with Resample checkbox off) to
change the width, height and resolution without resampling.

"My questions are *Does this document still hold the sharpening? *Should
I have done resizing before sharpening?"

If the pixel count isn't changing, then you aren't changing anything in
the file. "Resolution" just tells a printing application the "print
size" of the image. Most people recommend resizing before sharpening,
since sharpening is dependant on output size and output method (inkjet,
screen, offset print, etc.). Bruce Fraser has a good three-phase
sharpening procedure he outlines at

Preston Earle

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