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I am learning my way around Adobe Photoshop and I've been able to figure most of it out. But I don't know how to pixelate and it's a little confusing trying to figure it out. So please inform me: how do I pixelate images in Photoshop?
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- Open Photoshop.
- Go to File >> Open and select your image.
- Head to Filter >> Pixelate >> Mosaic.
- Choose the cell size.
You could also save the image with the maximum compression settings (JPEG with the lowest possible quality), export the image, then add the JPEG as a layer over the main/unpixelated image. Would be a different effect than a "real" pixelation, but would be funny.
Example Pixelation - Lowest Resolution JPEG Settings in GIMP
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