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Photoshop distorion of hard edges

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May 08, 2020

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Hi all - anyone having trouble lately with hard edges distorting when manually resizing? Since the last couple of updates, I began to notice that anytime I manually resize an image or graphic, anything with a straight line or hard edges - becomes very distorted with a jagged line instead of smooth resize. Any help would be appreciated.

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Look in Edit > Preferences > General, and see what the Image Interpolation is set to. If it's Nearest Neighbor, try setting it to one of the Bicubic ones.

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Photoshop distorion of hard edges

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Hi all - anyone having trouble lately with hard edges distorting when manually resizing? Since the last couple of updates, I began to notice that anytime I manually resize an image or graphic, anything with a straight line or hard edges - becomes very distorted with a jagged line instead of smooth resize. Any help would be appreciated.

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Correct answer by Semaphoric-PLXibM | Adobe Community Professional

Look in Edit > Preferences > General, and see what the Image Interpolation is set to. If it's Nearest Neighbor, try setting it to one of the Bicubic ones.

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Look in Edit > Preferences > General, and see what the Image Interpolation is set to. If it's Nearest Neighbor, try setting it to one of the Bicubic ones.

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May 08, 2020

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@Semaphoric-PLXibM has already given some great advice. Just expanding on that...

 

When you are using Free Transform on a layer, look out for this Interpolation menu in the panel running across the top of Photoshop.

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If you are using the Image Size option, you will also have access to this menu.

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Thank you both! This seems to be the answer I needed - much appreciated.

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Thank you

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