After my Photoshop CS6 update I have problem with the Nearest Neighbor interpolation. It was working correctly before. I was setting the General and Free Transform preferences first and rotating pictures by 45 degrees then. It was always giving me pixel-perfect results in PS CS6. Now that stopped working. Am I missing something? I have made video showing my results and all the steps I am making:
How about you? What your results are after rotating any picture by 45 degrees in the Nearest Neighbor interpolation mode? I would be happy to know what is wrong now and how to achieve good results. I will appreciate any help.
What your results are after rotating any picture by 45 degrees in the Nearest Neighbor interpolation mode?
The same mess with Ps 13.0.1 on OS X 10.6.8.
Very interesting that the Free Transform looks good until it is actually commited.
I don't know whether it was different in 13.0
Well, it seems Nearest Neighbor in Photoshop CS5 (12.0.4) provides the same or similar bad results.
I think the term »bad« is justified in this case because considerably different results (aside from the axis) for a 45˚ and a -45˚ rotation seem unexpected and undesirable.