Aug 18, 2013, 12:08
(Aug 18, 2013, 10:50)Eli Ho Wrote:You should always keep your original image as it left the camera. Open it in your photo editor, do whatever turns you on there and then save with a different file name. I usually incorporate the original file name, such as IMG_1687 poppy. Some people will save the copy first, before applying photoshop, so they don’t inadvertently save it with the original file name and lose the original. If I tried different photoshop variations then I would go back to the original image, make the changes and then save as IMG_1687 poppy B&W, for instance. Then if I want to resize to attach to an email, or load on facebook, I would make the necessary changes to the image and save it as IMG_1687 poppy B&Wa. That way I will always know where the image started life and can go back to the original if I want to. That’s the theory, anyway. If you look at the images that I have posted on this forum you will probably find that I just called it “poppy”.(Aug 18, 2013, 09:04)Dean Wrote: Always best to set your camera to the highest resolution and save your images in the highest resolution you can. Memory is cheap. You never know when you will want to print off that A2 poster. Make a copy and reduce image size for sending by email, entering competitions, or posting on this forum.
How do you resize and keep the original at it's size?