Downsampling (and why you shouldn't upsample)


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Downsampling (and why you shouldn't upsample)

Alright, so here we are in the midst of the conventional sharpening workflow. The next step is to resample the image for print. So I now in the case of this image right here and by the way, I am working in a catch up document called Flattened holiday.TIFF that's found inside the 02_when_to_sharpen folder. If you are still working in your version of the document, that's fine, just keep working along. I just provide this so that people can catch up if they want to and you may recall that this the 2007, so last year version of my family holiday card right here.

I now need to sample it down so that it becomes four inches wide by seven inches tall. That's what I am going for. So I'll go up to the Image menu, and I'll choose the Image Size command or I can press Ctrl+Alt+I or Command+Option+I on the Mac in order to bring up the Image Size dialog box. Now the first thing that I want to do is I want to turn on the Resample Image checkbox. So make sure that's turned on. Also make su...

Downsampling (and why you shouldn't upsample)
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Downsampling (and why you shouldn't upsample) provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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