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Jul 16, 2021 Jul 16, 2021

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Olá, por favor, preciso de ajuda.

Estou fazendo montagem com fotos de pratos de comida, e, o arquivo jpg está com qualidade de fotografia excelente. Ao dar zoom, vê com muita perfeição a qualidade do alimento.

Porém, ao inserir no photoshop e fazer montagem, recortar, e, diminuir o tamanho do prato proporcionalmente (segurando SHIFT), a foto do prato fica ruim, desfocado, perdendo nitidez. Fica horrível.

Não sei o que faço!

Obrigado.

 

Hi, please, I need help.

I'm doing montage with photos of food dishes, and the jpg file is in excellent photo quality. When zooming in, you can see the quality of the food very well.

However, when inserting in photoshop and editing, cropping, and reducing the size of the dish proportionally (holding SHIFT), the picture of the dish is bad, blurred, losing sharpness. It looks awful.

I do not know what to do!

Thanks.

 

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Try reducing it instead by going Image>Image Size and entering the pixel dimensions you want it to be. This should make it sharper.

-edit- You only have to enter one of the dimensions, and the other will conform automatically. So if it's the width that matters most, enter that dimension.

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Thanks for the answer. But in this way he is reducing the size of the entire frame. I wanted to decrease the size of the dish only (it's in one layer).

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But since the food is on its own layer just ascertain the size of the frame it will go in. Then make a new file, same size as the current food layer size, and drag the food into that. From there, go Image>Image Size >enter the size you want. Then drag it back over to the frame.

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Have you tried converting the layer to a Smart Object before reducing the size?

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