Just to let you guys all know, I am new to this forum, so firstly to say Hi to everyone.
Secondly I would like to find out, how do I sharpen my photo, it looks a little fussy, not as sharp as the other photos I have seen.
When you resize a small photo (say from 150x150 to 100x100) the resolution loss tends to be noticable. However, if you resize from 800x800 to 100x100 you have a lot more data to work with and it will stay sharp.
So, the best way to sharpen your picuture is to start with a large original.
by Janis Leslie Evans 3 years ago
How do I get the lettering on my MFP images to look sharp and clear? After using picmonkey.com, saving the pic, and uploading it on the hub, the letters are always fuzzy. It looks even worse sometimes after I publish the hub. What am I doing wrong? (Back later, thanks)
by Barry Rutherford 8 years ago
Are my eyes playing tricks or do we have a new sharper hubpages ?
by sabrebIade 5 years ago
Can you not alter a picture size anymore in edit or is that just a glitch? Now when I try to upload a small picture it blows it up and warns me that I have a blurry or pixalated image. Of course it is. I upload a 350 and you blow it up to 650...its gonna be pixalated!
by Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
Photo Resizing for Hub PagesIs there a formula to quickly resize photos for the 40 KB max on Hub Pages? I have been guessing and it is driving me crazy.
by Joseph Attard 7 years ago
Can one re-size a picture and make it smaller? I have a photo of Scarlett Johannson:Windows BMP Image, 4.40MG, 990x1553. I have tried to edit in Paint but did not succeed. Any suggestions, pl. Thanks.
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