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Bad JPEG compression... - 6/12/2006 1:27:27 AM   
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I'm not sure if this is where to post this, but I have noticed that when I upload pictures to my portfolio, they look awful on the gallery page---grainy, like they've been sharpened.  Is there some kind of automatic sharpen thing that I've inadvertently turned on?  When I make auction templates for Ebay, they look grainy like this, too---I end up having to change the links to pictures directly off my website. 
Thanks for your help!!!!
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RE: Bad JPEG compression... - 6/12/2006 6:00:42 PM   
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I'm not sure if this is where to post this, but I have noticed that when I upload pictures to my portfolio, they look awful on the gallery page---grainy, like they've been sharpened.  Is there some kind of automatic sharpen thing that I've inadvertently turned on?  When I make auction templates for Ebay, they look grainy like this, too---I end up having to change the links to pictures directly off my website. 
Thanks for your help!!!!


First, ditto what Cel said about jpeg re-saving/re-loading issues.

Second, let me check with our main tech guy and see what has sharpening automatically turned on and what doesn't, since yes, some things will be automatically sharpened, and others should be your choice.

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RE: Bad JPEG compression... - 6/20/2006 2:25:57 AM   
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Well, I use Photoshop CS to scan and size my images..... the thing is, I use exactly the same JPEGS on my website and to upload to EBSQ.  They are uploaded from exactly the same folder and I create the JPEGs only from the PSD files.  The ones on my website look fine, but the ones on EBSQ look sharpened and grainy.  Good to know about the re-opening problems though, thanks Cel.  I think it might be a problem with automatic sharpening somehow---I know somewhere or other it asks if I want to sharpen the images, but this doesn't happen when I'm uploading to my art case.  Maybe there is a main option somewhere that I'm not aware of.......
Thanks!

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RE: Bad JPEG compression... - 8/1/2006 11:55:38 AM   
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I had no idea about jpeg distortion!  I thought I was so smart!

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