What Mathematical Process Does Photoshop Use When It Changes the Number of Pixels?


The mathematical process that Photoshop uses when it changes the number of pixels is called re-sampling. It calculates new pixel values when the spacing is larger or smaller than the original.
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There are two processes for reducing or enlarging images. Resizing changes the image size without changing the number of pixels; resampling changes the size and the number of pixels
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