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AuthorSubject: Stair Interpolation using Photoshop CS   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Micah Diamond
Posted on Sun Nov 30, 2003 7:02 PM

I had a quick question about using stair interpolation in Photoshop CS. At the recommendation of Seth Resnick, I used to downsize my images using the stair interpolation technique, going down in steps of -95%...and I would continue doing this until I reached the desired size. Now in Photoshop CS, I've noticed the new 'Bicubic Sharper' and 'Bicubic Smoother' interpolation methods (sharper being used for down-resing, and smoother for use with up-resing). But now it seems that if, for example, I was trying to resample an image that is currently 15x15in @360dpi and down-res it to 8x8in @360dpi, that doing this in -95% steps with the bicubic sharper interpolation set, this results in a heavily over-sharpened image?? So, given that fact, whats the best way to down-sample an image now (an up-sample for that matter)? Should it be done in one step with the appropriate sharper or smoother setting enabled? Please advise. Thanks!

Micah Diamond


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