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  • Autumn strawberries

    But not the fruit!

    These are strawberry plant leaves in their autumn glory from my back garden:

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    This version was resized to 1600x1200 (400K) when exporting from Lightroom.

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    This is a Fullsize version resized via the forum from the original size image processed from RAW.
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  • #2
    Interestingly, the forum resized version is smaller (300K approx vs 500K). Despite that the quality holds up quite well. I can just tell that the top version, resized by Lightroom, is sharper. But it's not a massive difference by any means.

    Ian
    Last edited by Ian; 27-11-19, 03:46 PM.
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    • Rodbender
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      Yes I too can see a difference. Only Just but enough to make resizing before uploading worth while.

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    Not sure if it's my screen or my glasses. But the difference is hardly noticeable to me..... I'll clean my glasses and screen and take another look
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