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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Image Interpolation

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo expert Gene Shaw explains how Image Interpolation works in Photoshop. About Image Interpolation --------------------------------------------------------------------- Photoshop makes some complex calculations when enlarging and reducing your images. Open the Preferences menu by navigating to the top menu bar and clicking Photoshop -- Preferences -- General (Mac). On a PC you will find Preferences under Edit. You can also use keyboard shortcut Ctrl+K (Command+K for Mac).? The third option is Image Interpolation. This refers to how you would like Photoshop to translate your image when you resize it. In the drop down menu you are given three basic options (with a breakdown of Bicubic for a total of five): 1. Bilinear translates pixels by referring to an initial pixel and translating based on four pixels that surround it. Photoshop then does some advanced calculations and determines an average to come up with a final image. 2. Bicubic translates pixels by referring to an initial pixel and translating based on sixteen pixels that surround it.? 3. Nearest Neighbor, which is the most basic interpretation, simply refers to one pixel and enlarges it, adding zero color information. So, your final product will look exactly like your original product, only zoomed in.? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-image-interpolation/
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