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[CreativeGuy - Graphic Design Software Tips, Tricks and Commentary] Incase you haven’t noticed, Photoshop CS offers Bicubic Smoother as one of its interpolation algorithms. Bicubic Smoother is virtually always the best way to increase the size/resolution of your image - including the old wives tale of increasing the size a very slight percentage over and over.
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[Black and White Photography: New York] Workflow to the Web: 2) Any retouching / dust type of stuff is done on the large file. Then the file is resized with bicubic smoother (usually) to the size that I expect to print it at. Let's say 8 x 12 inches. I always add at least one adjustment layer: adjustment levels.
[Photoshopsupport.com] Photoshop Blog - Photoshop News | PhotoshopSupport.com: The site is a gallery of images of morphed animals and humans that have been created in Photoshop by the owner, Martin. Many of Martin's images are grotesque, but others are strangely beautiful, like images of hybrid bird/dogs that are sprinkled throughout the gallery pages.
[Photoshopsupport.com] How To Resize Images And Maintain Original Sharpness ...: You'll find that the image will maintain its sharpness. Now open the screenshot in Photoshop, and crop and save. The trick to making this work is to use either a 50%, 25%, or 12.5% view size before making the capture. If you view the image at 66.7%, 33.3%, or 16.7%, the image will not be as sharp due to the way Photoshop draws images at those sizes.
[Tommyblogs.com] Tommy Blogs - Fred Miranda's Resize Pro first impressions: ... two new resizing methods in Photoshop CS: Bicubic Sharper and Bicubic Smoother. ... The posts on this weblog are provided “AS IS” with no warranties, ...