Sharpen And Resize Photos For The Web

Wanna make your web images look their best? Then you need a good resize and sharpening method! I’ve tried quite a few and discovered there’s a lot more to it than just shrinking down an image and applying a quick bit of sharpening. You need to know the proper bit depth, color space, resize method, and even what corrections will be needed AFTER you resize. The right combination makes a huge difference and this video shows you how!

Also, feel free to download my sharpening actions for Photoshop below. Completely free – but remember, nothing says “Thanks” like subscribing to my channel or e-mail newsletter (or both). 🙂

Actions:
http://www.backcountrygallery.com/sa.zip

 

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2 Comments

  1. Alex Wyckmans May 5, 2017 at 10:23 am #

    Hi Perry,

    Thanks for this great tip in resizing and sharpening. But this also apply to upsizing a picture instead of downsizing? What is the best method to prepare a picture for printing on big gallery print format?

  2. Luc Poirier March 8, 2017 at 3:54 pm #

    Hi Steve

    Great tips, I prefer your method and action vs using a plugin such as Nikk . Your method for me makes all the difference in web quality output.

    It would be nice if you would do a video for sharpening at printing. I do my own printing on an epson pro 3880, and I am always using LR6.8 for sharpening. I am a retiree and photography is my main hobby.

    Thanks again
    Luc

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