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01/08/2023 05:13:34 PM · #1
Iím having a tough time resizing my images and making them look sharp after I upload.
I no longer have a PC and am using an iPad Air 5th gen along with Lightroom for iPad.
The difference between the original file in camera roll vs what it looks like after resisizing is so different.
Any tips for a mobile editor only.
01/08/2023 05:17:14 PM · #2
Maybe Iím using the max limits for file dimensions and should try smaller.
01/08/2023 06:21:02 PM · #3
If you are viewing the uploaded image on a tablet (i.e. a small screen) the site may be re-sizing the display to fit screen, degrading the image. Maybe see if you can get your browser to display images at 100% size?

If it looks OK in your editing program it is more likely to be a web- or browser-related issue than a problem with your file -- I wouldn't change it.

Message edited by author 2023-01-08 18:21:32.
01/09/2023 06:24:14 PM · #4
I am having a tough time with my settings off LR and desk top.
The differences are huge from the image off my camera and how it presents on DP. I submitted an image that I honestly though looked so bad on DP even for me.
Can anyone give me the formula for LR or off my desk top so I can submit with them the site takes?
I saw one for PS but I will not always submit off PS.
01/09/2023 06:26:47 PM · #5
Please excuse my writing error.
Can anyone give me the formula for maximum quality from LR?
01/09/2023 06:26:59 PM · #6
Please excuse my writing error.
Can anyone give me the formula for maximum quality from LR?
01/09/2023 10:01:37 PM · #7
Best practice from Lightroom is to set the export options such that the exported file meets the pixel dimension limits (1200px on the longest side). Then look at the file size and ensure it is below 700 kb. If not, you may need to re-export with a lower quality setting.
01/09/2023 10:53:49 PM · #8
Originally posted by kirbic:

Best practice from Lightroom is to set the export options such that the exported file meets the pixel dimension limits (1200px on the longest side). Then look at the file size and ensure it is below 700 kb. If not, you may need to re-export with a lower quality setting.

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