Re: [Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-22 Thread Donncha O Caoimh
When you resize the image gets fuzzy as GIMP tries to squeeze the image into a smaller space. Play with the Unsharp Mask tool to sharpen it again. It can be found at Filters-Enhance-Unsharp Mask. Settings to try: 0.1, 0.50, 4, but in general, if you really notice the sharpening then you've done

Re: [Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-21 Thread Michael Schumacher
Carol Spears wrote: ps, how did you avoid the user mail signature on the lower portion of this mail sent to the gimp-user mail list? Probably by sending HTML mail... Michael -- The GIMP http://www.gimp.org | IRC: irc://irc.gimp.org/gimp Wiki http://wiki.gimp.org | .de:

Re: [Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-21 Thread Carol Spears
On Wed, Sep 21, 2005 at 07:30:23PM +0200, Michael Schumacher wrote: Carol Spears wrote: ps, how did you avoid the user mail signature on the lower portion of this mail sent to the gimp-user mail list? Probably by sending HTML mail... google hack? cute. carol

[Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-20 Thread Helen
Photos from my camera are huge in Gimp, so I use Scale Image to get them small enough to fit into a photo frame. Am I losing picture quality when I Scale image to make it smaller? If so, is there a way to reduce an image without losing quality? Helen, using jpeg image format on Gimp 2.2.4

Re: [Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-20 Thread Carol Spears
On Tue, Sep 20, 2005 at 09:53:44PM -0400, Helen wrote: Photos from my camera are huge in Gimp, so I use Scale Image to get them small enough to fit into a photo frame. Am I losing picture quality when I Scale image to make it smaller? If so, is there a way to reduce an image without losing

Re: [Gimp-user] Scale Image

2005-09-20 Thread michael chang
On 9/20/05, Helen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Photos from my camera are huge in Gimp, so Yeah, I noticed that too. You'd think they're unnecessary (the millions of extra dots) - until you print. Funny thing this world is. Annoying how you can get away with 72 dpi on a monitor, yet for printing