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    skoobey
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    Re: Downsizing image in photoshop without sharpeni

    Originally posted by Wolfman View Post
    Bicubic Smoother is for upsizing. Bicubic(smooth gradients) is probably better for down sizing without sharpening included.
    Yep .

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  • Shoku
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    Re: Downsizing image in photoshop without sharpeni

    Bicubic (smooth gradients) is the default, and should work fine. However, much will depend on how much reduction you plan on doing, and how that reduction is accomplished (what method is used).

    Save for Web works well for most images.
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    Last edited by Shoku; 02-29-2016, 06:17 PM.

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  • hellboy80
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    Re: Downsizing image in photoshop without sharpeni

    I noticed Joey L uses bicubic smoother in his tutorials.

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  • Wolfman
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    Re: Downsizing image in photoshop without sharpeni

    Bicubic Smoother is for upsizing. Bicubic(smooth gradients) is probably better for down sizing without sharpening included.

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  • hellboy80
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    Downsizing image in photoshop without sharpening

    What is the best resample method for downsizing picture for web if I want to sharpen the image by my self? Bicubic smoother or Bicubic smooth gradients? Is there a difference between these two options?

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