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Old Mar 3, 2005, 8:48 PM   #21
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It seems to be better in differentÂ* types of photos.
It's (digital zoom) works better in photos that don't have much detail. Moon shots are perfect examples. If you resize in post using Photoshop, download and use InterpolateTHIS free action. It provides better results as it resizes in 10% increments. It is better to resize in steps than all at once. Sharpen the image lightly before resizing: http://www.interpolatethis.com/actions.html

Or use Infranview's Lancos interpolation algorythm (free with InfranView...) Or Genuine Fractals (free 100 uses trial). All are somewhat better than PS native interpolation/resizing algorythms.
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It is better to resize in steps than all at once.
I cannot confirm this for Corel Photo-Paint.
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Old Mar 4, 2005, 2:27 PM   #23
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The whole subject is another "you say tomato...I say
do what you feel is the right thing and makes you happy".

It's your camera, the only person you have to satisfy is you.

Speaking of tomatoes....I think I'll order a pizza with extra tomato sauce
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