Questions about the amount of detail and information contained in an image.

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Where would I find a high quality version of a wooden floor like this?

It is to be used for background on a website. I like it exactly the way it is except that the image quality is not good enough. Looking for quality that will look good on a Retina screen. Must be able ...
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Is a 8-Bit IPS display necessary for web designing?

I'm doing web design (not print or photography) and I'm wondering if I should spend extra money on a display that provides more accurate colors. I'm already set on buying IPS since they're easier on ...
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Google Play - 'Feature Graphic' Design

I recently got my application in the google play store, but I have an issue with how the 'Feature Graphic' is being displayed. Here is the original (@ 72 DPI (Screen RES) - Saved for Web - PNG8): ...
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Reduce file size without losing quality

I would like to save files in Photoshop but keep them as small as possible. I use Save for Web (and Devices) and save as a JPEG. Here are the settings I used: I really do not want to lower the ...
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Using Apple's iPhone 4S product images

I downloaded Apple's iPhone 4S product images (log-in required). I'd like to just copy/paste a 640x960 screenshot of my app from my iPhone 4 to the psd file. However the psd file has 4x dimensions. So ...
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MacBook retina Photoshop save for web

I am, like so many other graphic designers, very excited about the new MacBook 15" with retina display. But there is one thing that I really am concerned about. With 4 times the pixels as on ordinary ...
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Photoshop saves PNGs with less quality

I have a 2000x1500 image created with Photoshop CS6 Extended. When I save images in different formats for re-use in other programs, e.g. PNG, the image quality will suffer. I have nice basic gradiants ...
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How could I split image into 1 pixel sgements? [closed]

Suppose that we have 400x400 bitmap pixel RGB dimensions, I need to split it into 160000 segments so each segment has its own resolution so when we zoom in, the whole image resolution will not be ...
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Techniques to dramatically scale an image

I have been given an impossible task: Take a picture image (jpg) at 1422 x 1067 px with 100 dpi and scale it to 86400 x 29376 px (that's equivalent to 34ft x 100ft or 30.5 meters x 10.36 meters) ...
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Create jpg image with good quality

I'm trying to save a jpg image but it's getting a bit blurred. I have it nicely in my image editor, but saving the image is not giving the quality I need, even with max quality defined. If I save it ...
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1answer
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Tools or methods for optimizing favicon appearance?

I often must create a favicon for a fairly complex image, that when it gets down to 16x16, looks weird or blurry. I have been trying with one image, reduced with bicubic-sharp in Photoshop and ...
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Icons are getting blurred in iPad and iPhone

All the icons i am designing for iPad & iPhone applications are looking good on my PC. But the same is looking blurred on any iPad or iPhone. Can any one please help/suggest something, is there ...
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Resize an image without quality loss

this is a newbie question. I'm not a designer but I would learn something. Look this image: Well, I would recreate this image (without the pattern background, it doesn't matter). The point is that ...
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Image resizing, maintaing image size - beginner question [closed]

I am attempting to resize an image from 480x800 to 320x240. Below are the results. The original image has an oval shaped circle whereas the re-sized image has a more spherical shape. Is it possible to ...
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Facebook: Ways to preserve image quality of uploaded images?

After uploading an image, Facebook converts it to a new image. Their conversion process introduces artifacts and mottling to the magenta-ish parts of the image. Original image: Facebook's ...