Downsample advice Photoshop CS6


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Downsampling advice

The previous movie was a bit academic, which is why I want to show you how these interpolation settings affect an actual continuous tone photograph and offer you some advice for how to use them. So what I did was take this high-res panorama and then once again choose the Image Size command, make sure Resample Image was turned on, set the Resolution value to 100 Pixels/Inch, just as I did when downsampling this image for email, and then I tried out each and everyone of the manual interpolation settings. And let me show you what that looks like.

I'll switch to this file called Interpolated panos.psd. Notice that we're seeing the image at the 100% view size. I'm going to zoom in quite a bit here because we'll need to see these pixels in detail. Now once again this file has layer comps inside of it. This first slide shows the result of downsampling the image using the Nearest Neighbor setting, which just drops pixels, and as a result we end up getting this pretty choppy detai...

Downsampling advice
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Downsampling advice provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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