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timur

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  1. I have put the dimensions of the picture on the original post on top. @R C-R: hmm I was informed (maybe misinformed) that on photoshop the quality of picture is degraded only if the picture is increased in size and not decreased.
  2. Is it inevitable that there is loss of quality when resizing a large picture to a smaller one? I am a novice in photo editing... I have read on this website couple of posts about this and followed there instructions but yet still I have loss of quality. I have tried exporting the image and tried all the options on the pop-up box (yes including lanczos). I have tried rasterizing also... Is this a affinity issue or in general is it normal?? EDITED the pictures is 5847x2535 I am trying to get it to 959x (whatever the equivalent of that is) The picture is degraded so bad that I don't want to post it on the website anymore. My question: will there be degregation when decreasing size of picture? I know R C-R has already confirmed this but I would like to have a few more, to be certain. ANSWER By pressing 1 + cmd you zoom to the actual size. This allowed me to figure out my source of confusion, my backend provider for my website is misinforming me. I have full width of screen picture on the website and on the backend it is requesting me to input 950 pixel wide picture which is not the actual size needed. If you still have issue read the posts below.
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