what the program is best for receds the quality of graphice

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what the program is best for recede the quality of graphic now i use photoshop but the graphic after i modify the out look is no good *need to graphic do for website
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I am not so sure what you are asking? could you clarify what you mean?

For graphics and photo manipulation then i prefer to use Photoshop. It all depends on what types of graphics you are working on, but generally Photoshop should do a good job for you.
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It's all how you manipulate the images.. If it's not coming out clear, then, no offense, but it may not actually be the program that's the matter. Photoshop generally, produces extremely clear, sharp, and great colored images. It's really all how the user of the program manipulates the image. ;)
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How you save the image is very important as well. For instance, each time you save an image as a jpg you throw out bits of information, distorting the quality each time you do so. Reapeatedly saving the same image as a jpg will greatly reduce picture quality. Now, I used jpg as an example but the same rule applies to any format that compresses the image from it's original file size. It is always best to work in .PSD (Photoshop Format) until you are completely done with your work then save at maximum quality to retain the clarity of your image.
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I agree with OriginNO_II, and if you want to save pictures for the web there is a function for that too, called save for web :wink:
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partyjan wrote:
I agree with OriginNO_II, and if you want to save pictures for the web there is a function for that too, called save for web

Save for web is excellent for Saving small but high quality images

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