Upsampling vs. nondestructive scaling


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Upsampling vs. nondestructive scaling

In this exercise, I'm going to show you the biggest benefit of all associated with vector-based paths inside of Photoshop, and i.e., that they are scalable. Meaning that you can increase the size of a photo illustration without any penalty. So, I still have open Tip pixels.psd and Type to vectors.psd, both found inside the 24_vector_shapes folder. I want to show you something about this image. I'm going to go up to the Image menu, and I'm going to choose, and it doesn't matter which image we're looking at right now. This happens to be Tip pixels.psd. I'm going to choose the Image Size command, Ctrl+Alt+I, Command+Option+I on a Mac. And we'll see that even though this image has a very high resolution, my goodness, 600 pixels per inch. That will ensure that we have very, very smooth edges associated with this wonderful photo illustration here.

But it's dinky; it's not even an inch. So it's a tiny, little, tiny thing, which is great, by the way, for...

Upsampling vs. nondestructive scaling
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Upsampling vs. nondestructive scaling provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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