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#1 2018-09-13 22:00:12

DomB
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From: CH
Registered: 2016-05-05
Posts: 56
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Request for advice

Hello
I created a new new home page  for my site with addon theater.

I could not place things as I wanted so I set up
a banner directly on the photos of the gallery. Do you have a solution for
that the text is not pixelated?
Or do you see the way to make this presentation directly with the Backlight tools?

Thank you very much !


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#2 2018-09-14 00:23:01

rod barbee
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From: Port Ludlow, WA USA
Registered: 2012-09-24
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Re: Request for advice

I don't see any pixelation. But I'm on my small screen laptop.
But in general, the solution to pixelization is to use larger images.

is the banner something you created and added directly to the pictures in Photoshop? Or is it a graphic watermark that Lightroom is adding upon publication?
If it's a graphic watermark, try making it bigger and republish the pictures (making sure that the "Push Metadata without updating existing photos" option is turned off in Lightroom Publisher settings.


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#3 2018-09-14 07:23:01

Matthew
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From: Seoul, South Korea
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Re: Request for advice

What sort of computer are you using? If you're on one of Apple's "Retina" display laptops, for example, and you typically need images 2x larger than you need, displayed at 50% scale to see sharpness. The future is unkind to JPGs.


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#4 2018-09-14 14:34:04

DomB
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From: CH
Registered: 2016-05-05
Posts: 56
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Re: Request for advice

Ben
yes I made a template on photoshop for my images.

Matthew
You're right, I have an iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch) and it's true that
it's a disaster for photographers. Ok it's bright but the reality
is completely wrong. Just make an impression to see that which is on
the paper has nothing to do with the screen ...
Finally, I will take the option to simplify my design, anyway, the more simple it is more efficient and clear for the visitor.

My problem was that if I do a full screen layout, the report is not the same screen and there is a lot of framing unhappy. so I had to rework my images in 16.9 format.

Thanks a lot for your answers.


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