Selecting an interpolation option


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Selecting an interpolation option

In the previous exercise, you may recall we chose the Image Size command. We made sure Resample Image was turned on and we set the Resolution value to 600 pixels per inch, so in other words, we're Upsampling. Now let's see what the repercussions of that Upsampling are, and how we control the way Photoshop generates new pixels. Now, in order to see how many new pixels are getting generated, I'm going to go ahead and switch the Width value here from pixels to percent and we will now see that I am increasing the Width of the image by 600%.

I'm also increasing the Height to 600% of its former size. So 600x600 gives us an overall increase of 3600%. So in other words, we're making the image 36 times its former size, which means we're going to have to take one pixel in the image and make 36, 6x6 pixels out of it, and how in the world are we going to do that? Well, before I answer that question, let me show you a little tip. Let's say that you want to change one val...

Selecting an interpolation option
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Selecting an interpolation option 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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Photoshop
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