Maximize Your Images with Minimal Visible Loss
|7) Select Bicubic Sharper from the pop-up menu.
8) Click OK. A Progress bar appears as the Photoshop processes the enlargement. The
enlarged photo will then appear. Check the file size in the window frame.
9) Click View.
10) Click Rulers to turn the rulers on and see the new dimensions.
Duplicate the Background Layer
Duplicating the Background layer allows you to work on the image without altering the original. Working on a duplicated Background layer also makes it easy to continuously compare images.
Improve an Underexposed Photo – Too Dark
1) Click and drag the Background layer over the New Layer icon to duplicate it.
2) Click the blend mode up-down arrow and select Screen. The photo should appear lighter. NOTE: The photo may look fine this way or you may need to add another layer and change it as in Steps 3 and 4.
3) Click and drag the Background copy layer over the New Layer icon to duplicate the copy.
4) Click the Opacity down arrow and drag the slider to the left to change the opacity of the top layer.
Thanks, #2007 MBEA Summer Conference