MEET RES­O­LU­TION RE­QUIRE­MENTS

Use Pho­to­shop to in­ter­po­late your im­ages and ful­fil your client’s min­i­mum pixel di­men­sion de­mands

Digital Photograper - - Techniques -

1 CROP AS RE­QUIRED

Per­fect your image com­po­si­tion us­ing the Crop tool. While this can be used to set file di­men­sions, this method is less pre­cise, so set the as­pect ra­tio but do not spec­ify ex­act sizes.

3 SET NEW DI­MEN­SIONS

En­sure the re­sam­ple image box is checked and en­ter the new pixel val­ues in the fields un­der Pixel Di­men­sions. this is the best strat­egy when ex­act val­ues are de­manded.

2 SE­LECT METHOD

From the drop­down se­lect the Bicu­bic smoother op­tion to help main­tain over­all qual­ity. this con­trols the way in which pix­els are added. try ex­per­i­ment­ing with Bicu­bic sharper, too.

4 SHARPEN

slight pix­e­la­tion can oc­cur de­pend­ing on the ex­ces­sive­ness of the up­scal­ing. use un­sharp Mask set to a medium amount and low ra­dius to re­cover def­i­ni­tion in vis­i­ble edges within the frame.

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