On 07/17/13 03:44, senoritaada wrote:
Thanks very much for sharing all your thoughts. Before resizing larger image to
smaller image you need to get the image exactly the the right shape with highest
quality. Then your work will be much easier if you are a painter, web designer,
photographer, graphics designer. There are many image resizing tools in market.
The best that maintains edge clarity by keeping sharp and naturally smooth edges
and reducing noise to manageable amounts. The sharpening-halos on the enlarged
image must be reduced to get the best resized photo. Try reshade
(www.reshade.com)image resizing tools.

The distortion is only if you do not keep the aspect ratio locked. If you keep the dimensions locked to maintain the aspect ratio, there should be no distortion.

Yours in Christ,

Joseph A Nagy Jr
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