Downsampling graphic art


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Downsampling graphic art

All right, a few exercises ago I was telling you that when I'm downsampling continuous-toned photographic images, I like to first flatten my artwork and then apply the Image Size command using Bicubic Sharper. That is not what I do when I'm working with high contrast designs or other artwork that include graphical elements, and lines, and shapes, and text, and that kind of thing, because in that case Bicubic Sharper doesn't fare nearly so well. I have opened the composition that I created by the end of Chapter 10 and I've called it Final MH banner 4x.psd, because it's four time as large as the final Web graphic that I want to create.

And by the way, when you first open this image, you're going to get this font warning, telling you that some fonts are missing. That's Rotis once again, just click OK and don't worry about it. I also have opened this image, which is the final size graphic, where I have gone ahead and downsampled the image to 590 pixels wide, ...

Downsampling graphic art
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Downsampling graphic art provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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