Started by Tori803, February 19, 2014, 12:54:45 PM
QuoteTo investigate it would help to have a few examples which could be traced backwards to see when, in the process between capture and appearing in the gallery, the problem occurred.
Quote from: G3User on February 21, 2014, 01:29:20 AMThanks Tori.I must have done something like 100 restorations and always look at the channels. I remember seeing what looked like jpeg blocking in the blue chan of one image and of course can't find the image now. I don't recall it causing me a problem.How common is the issue? Has it become more common recently?To investigate it would help to have a few examples which could be traced backwards to see when, in the process between capture and appearing in the gallery, the problem occurred.Athol
QuoteI'm the one who brought up the JPG issue recently. It turned out that the camera was set to the minimum size and quality settings. The image was scaled up by 200%, cropped, rotated, color corrected and saved as a JPG again. So the JPG compression was some of the issue, but I think the upscaling was the biggest issue. Hopefully the problems were just with that batch of photos.
Quote from: Mhayes on February 21, 2014, 02:15:34 PMAt first I had a hard time trying to figure out what you meant by scaling up to 200% and then cropping. My file was 38.667 in (2784 pixels) x 25.778 in (1856 pixels) at 72 dpi. Each photo would have the photo on the copy board and I would straighten the photo and then cropped to the desired dimension that was 8 x 10 at 300 dpi. I didn't understand why you were saying I up-sized it to 200% and then cropped. I didn't, but I guess you are saying that is what it amounted to?
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