Losing Details when reducing to smaller image

How do I make an image smaller without losing quality?

But, again, these steps generally apply to any compression tool.

  1. Upload the image. First, open Squoosh in your web browser or as a desktop application, then drag your image into Squoosh. …
  2. Check the current file size of your image. …
  3. Choose your output format. …
  4. Adjust the image quality. …
  5. Download the compressed image.


Why does my image lose quality when I make it smaller?

When resampling images, larger or smaller, you always loose some quality. This is natural as you are either adding or removing pixels from your image.

What is 300 pixel?

300 PPI: The Magic Number



300 PPI is considered the ideal pixel density for printing because at 300 PPI, a pixel is just barely discernible to the human eye. Any higher of a pixel density would be unnecessary because the human eye would not be able to tell the difference.

Why are my resized images blurry?

Your image may appear blurry due to a compression issue. Whenever you resize an image, text or graphic, you are also shrinking and enlarging the pixels of that image/text. While you shouldn’t expect a loss in quality with minor resizing, any substantial resizing of JPG images will result in a visibly poorer image.

How do I resize an image without stretching it?

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You can then use the shortcut ctrl and t to toggle these handles on the sides. And corners of your image. When dragging one of the corners. Your image should resize without being stretched.

How do you resize an object without squashing and stretching it?

Use the Content-Aware Scale to resize UI Elements



The smartest way to do it is to use the Content-Aware Scale without removing or adding parts of the image. Select the UI element layer and choose Edit > Content-Aware Scale. Then, click-and-drag the UI element into the white space.

How do I make an image smaller without losing quality in Photoshop?

How to Reduce the Size of an Image Using Photoshop

  1. With Photoshop open, go to File > Open and select an image.
  2. Go to Image > Image Size.
  3. An Image Size dialog box will appear like the one pictured below.
  4. Enter new pixel dimensions, document size, or resolution. …
  5. Select Resampling Method. …
  6. Click OK to accept the changes.