If you want to get the most out of your photo resizing, you'll need an effective resizer that will leave no noticeable flaws in the final result. You don't want to be bothered by small splatters on your photos or by a jagged border appearing where the original image ended up. With high quality images, you want to be able to modify them in post-production, right?

The good news is that there are several software tools that can make resizing images easy and allow you to adjust the quality and resolution in a way that will leave little to no defects. The key to getting the best out of a resizing job is to first take a photograph of your subject and use a photo editing program to make a copy of the image. With this copy, you can use a variety of tools on the resized image to get the best results without losing too much quality in the process.

The main problem with resizing images in Photoshop is that you can easily end up with a blurry background or large portions of one color stretched across the entire picture. The best Photoshop tools to use when resizing images are ones that can create layers, and these are especially useful for resizing. Using multiple layers in Photoshop can actually create quality results because you can stretch an image using various blur settings, and each new blur value can stretch the resized image to the nearest whole size.

You'll find many tutorials online to help you tweak the effects of your resizing, so you can keep things as simple as possible while still getting the kind of crisp image you want. When you are resizing an image without losing quality, you should start at the center of the picture and work your way out.