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Software > Inside Photoshop > Best way to resize (100Mb/8 bit to 200 Mb/8 bit) in CS?

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AuthorSubject: Best way to resize (100Mb/8 bit to 200 Mb/8 bit) in CS?   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Steven Vote
Posted on Wed Nov 12, 2003 8:28 AM

Hi all,

Is the deal, if I need to make very large files (100Mb to 200 Mb / 8 bit) of optimum quality from my Canon 1Ds. Using Photoshop CS alone - here's what I'd do:

1. Shoot RAW.
2. Use CS' in-built ACR to resize up to 144 Mb at 16 bit (do color adjustments but N0 sharpening yet).
3. Take that 144Mb/16 bit file and then do any digi-manipulation neccessary, blur etc.
4 Go to Image>Image Size and change dimensions upwards so file is now about 400Mb / 16 bit.
5. Sharpen.
6. Change to 8 bit mode leaving me with a approx 200 Mb file at 8 bit.
7. Deliver.

Question is this the BEST workflow? I am sure staying in ACR as long as possible is best but I can only go up to a 72 Mb / 8 bit file. Do you folks continue to resize in Photoshop or jump to an app. like Fred Miranda Stair Interpolation after ACR?

Thanks for your replies.


Steven

http://www.stevenvote.com


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