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| p.1 #8 · Question for those processing D800 files for web |
Garry, the resizing options in LR are in the export function. If you're playing with LR, I would recommend doing some research on LR in general. It is not your normal "editing" software. It works on the idea of your editing actions being in a database with the original file (raw, jpg, etc.) being untouched, and then you export a JPG to a folder when you want to share it (on the web, email, to a print lab, etc.).
Not to ask a dumb question, but when you resize the file you aren't expecting detail to be there that you just got rid of, are you? For example, you mention lines/features becoming stair stepped. Say you make an image 1024 pixels wide and view it on your monitor. Assuming your monitor has a normal resolution, you can view this full size on the screen (called "viewing at 100%"), but if you zoom in at all from here then of course it will be stair stepped and look poor because there is no further detail to zoom in on.
What I'm asking is whether you are trying to zoom in more than 100%? It's starting to sound like you may be.