In this GIMP 2.10.6 tutorial, I help you master scaling images up or down in GIMP with minimal quality loss (I would say no quality loss but that’s not really possible – in any program). I define how lossless scaling works in GIMP (including defining interpolation and demonstrating all interpolation quality settings for scaling images in GIMP), while also going over what resolution means and how your image size differs between digital displays and print media.
If you are looking to learn how to scale your images, and to scale your images with minimal quality loss (losslessly), this is the tutorial for you. Beginners will find this easy to understand, and veteran GIMP users will find the new knowledge helpful.
If you are wanting to learn about LoHalo and NoHalo interpolation, which were both introduced in GIMP 2.10, this is also the perfect tutorial for you.
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