I frequently take photographs during outings undertaken by my local U3A and, having edited them, I send a selection to the person who manages our website, so that those who took part (and others besides) can relive the visit. I've become increasingly dissatisfied with the way the photographs 'look' on the website .. they nearly always appear 'soft' as if not sufficiently sharpened. My current method is as follows: A typical raw file of average size 30MB, measuring 5760 x 3840 pixels, is processed first using ACR and then opened in PSE11. Once appropriately sharpened I save it as a jpeg, setting the file size to somewhere between 2MB and 3MB. That saved file is then re-opened in PSE11 so that I can reduce its proportions (as requested by the person who will be uploading the pictures to the website) so that the width across is 900 pixels (I have 'constrain proportions' turned on so that the other dimension changes automatically). I then re-save it, without any further alterations, as another jpeg file, usually setting the file size to between 200KB and 250KB. Should I be applying more sharpening to the reduced size image before saving it? Wouldn't that introduce the distracting edge effect often seen with an over sharpened image? Some advice from AP Forum friends would be very much appreciated.