I have been working with Image Resize in Photoshop Elements 13 and am wondering what it does. You can set the size of the final image in inches (or centimeters) and the resolution you want (in pixels per inch) and then "somehow" using "bicubic" something or other Photoshop translates your existing image into the size and resolution you want. I don't see a difference in the image when I do this and notice the final megapixel count of the final image increases. I am wondering if this is a good way to "gain" pixels in an image. Perhaps someone here is knowledge about the pro and con of using this Photoshop feature? I really have not been able to detect any significant degradation of my image but maybe I don't know what I am looking for.