The interpolation Sets Photoshop CS6


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The interpolation settings

This next topic is a little technical, but I think it's important to understand if you really want to come to terms with modifying image size in Photoshop. It's all about the methods of interpolation. Now interpolation is what Photoshop uses to decide how to rewrite the pixels in the image, either when you upsample or downsample a file. And it's all about taking the existing pixels in the image and somehow comparing them to come up with new pixels. To give you a sense of what I'm talking about, I'll go up to the Image menu and choose the Image Size command.

When the Resample Image check box is turned on, you have access to this pop-up menu. By default in CS6, it's set to Bicubic Automatic, and I'll explain what that means in just a moment. But you can manually override this option if you want to by selecting any of these five interpolation options, Nearest Neighbor and any of the three manual Bicubic overrides. Now to give you a sense of how they work, I created ...

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 CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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