Enlarging an image in Photoshop


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Enlarging an image in Photoshop

Reducing an image is a pretty simple process. Photoshop simply needs to throw out any extra pixels that it can find to get the image size down to where it needs to be. Enlarging is trickier because Photoshop may need to make up pixels, and that's where you can begin to degrade your image if you're not careful. So we've reduced this image. Let's take it the other direction. I've gone back to my original file, which has the original full pixel count. You can see, I'm currently at 4288 x 2848, for a 17 x 11 inch image, at 240 Pixels/Inch.

If all of this is going by way too fast and you skipped the "Reducing an image" movie, go back and watch that now because it goes into detail about how this Image Size dialog box works. So I'm going to do is go up. Let's say that I wanted to print this image 24 inches wide. Very often, before I do a resizing, I'll play around with the Image Size dialog box, just as a calculator to get a sense of exac...

Enlarging an image in Photoshop
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Enlarging an image in Photoshop provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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Photography
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Photoshop
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