Free Transform a layer with the Bicubic Automatic interpolation option Photoshop CS6


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Free transforming a layer with the Bicubic Automatic interpolation option

Here in this movie we are going to take a look at some of the new options that we have when it comes to free transforming a layer. And these options are great for photographers, because we know that whenever we change the size of a photograph, we need to choose an appropriate image interpolation in order to maintain that layer's or that image's integrity. Well, let's take a look at how we can do that here. Well, here you can see I have this branches layer. Let's work with a duplicate copy of this layer.

To do that, that press Command+J or Ctrl+J. Next, I want you to change the Blending mode to Normal and the Opacity to 100%. Let's go ahead and do that by going to the Blending mode pulldown menu and then selecting Normal. And it will take that Opacity all the way up to 100, and here you can see we have these tree branches. We can see through the branches in this case because it's inside of this group and this group, well, it has a lower opacity. Well, after we have mad...

Free transforming a layer with the Bicubic Automatic interpolation option
Video duration: 5m 28s 3h 33m Intermediate Updated Dec 11, 2012

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Free transforming a layer with the Bicubic Automatic interpolation option provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers New Features

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