The interpolation settings


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The interpolation settings

This next topic is pretty technical, but I think it's important to understand if you really want to come to terms with the Image Size command here inside Photoshop. It's all about methods of interpolation, which is how Photoshop takes the existing pixels inside of an image and decides to rewrite them when either upsampling or downsampling. And to give you an idea of what I'm talking about, I'll go up to the Image menu and choose the Image Size command. Whenever the Resample check box is turned on, you have access to this pop-up menu, and these are the interpolation options, right here. By default, it's set to automatic, but you can overwrite that default setting by applying any of these other 6 options.

And let me show you how those work. I'll go ahead and press the escape key in order to exit the dialogue box, and I'll switch over to this image, here. So, I took these gray checkers, which we're viewing at the 200% view size. And then I downsampled them to 72% using...

The interpolation settings
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The interpolation settings provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CC 2013 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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