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Old Jun 14, 2010, 9:45 AM   #21
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When you oversharpen the image will turn lighter from the resulting contrast that is added and the halo's that appear.

It's still better to use method 1 for resizing and adjust the lighting a bit before resizing.

This is not possible with this shot, so I lighted the image a bit and added some contrast after the resizing.

Now not all monitors are calibrated the same way, even when you use a calibrator. Mac's have another gamma setting than windows pc's. Color profiles are not shown on internet explorer, (even a different color space will cause IE not to show a jpg image at all *). So in the end when looking/posting images on the internet you are never sure other people will see what you see. (calibrating your monitor doesn't help because most people don't do that). If other people find your image looking good enough that's the setting.

* if you want to see how bad ie handles color spaces look at this link in IE and ( firefox or safari )
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Old Jun 14, 2010, 10:07 AM   #22
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Many thanks! I didn't this about IE. Thanks for the eye-opener! And thanks again for the help with this photo. All the best. Ned
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