Making Bicubic Sharper the default algorithm


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Making Bicubic Sharper the default algorithm

So, here's another bonus tip for you and that's getting a better algorithm for when you resample your images. Hmm. Kind of a geeky sounding thing so let's get this started. I'm going to begin by duplicating this image so that we can do a comparison side-by-side. I'm going to hold down the Option or Alt key and choose Image > Duplicate and that will just duplicate the image without bringing up a dialog box for warning me. So, here I have these two images that are in one window tab. So, let's tile these by using the Arrange Documents widget. We'll just tile them side-by-side, like so. The one on the left, we'll go to Image Size, Command+Option+I or Ctrl+Alt+I to bring up the Image Size. This is what I'm talking about, this algorithm down here, the Bicubic, which is the default, and finally, Photoshop has actually added some descriptive text about what these algorithms do. For years, they were just Nearest Neighbor, Bilinear, Bicubic, Bicubic Smoot...

Making Bicubic Sharper the default algorithm
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Making Bicubic Sharper the default algorithm provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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