Greeitngs. I was wondering if anyone had a quick resource/method to re-sizing a picture to a larger width and height without simply using the 'Freetransform' tool in Photoshop. In other words, I need to increase the size of a picture without it pixelating or loosing its quality! Thanks in advanced.
Only possible to a small degree. PS (or any graphics program) can only guess at the extra pixels and won't give great results in most cases, except for small increases. You might gain a little by increasing the bit depth (pixels) through the resize menu.
You can use one of the image resize plugins, but don't expect too much - pixel based images (unlike the vector ones) will always loose quality when enlarged.
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It does depend on how much you want to increase the size of the image...Try the Photoshop plugins but thats only of use for a small increase.... What size isthe image currently, does a larger one exist and just need retouching?