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In this Photoshop tutorial you will learn how to mange resolution for different document types and also how to resize them ...
without losing resolution in them.
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How to Understand Resolution and Resizing in Photoshop
Hello, this is maro2194 making a video on understanding resolution and with that we could also resize our images with high resolution.
So to begin this in the info palette we could click on to drop down box and select palette options, and check this document dimensions, click okay, and here you can see which is your resolution the same as in here you just click this. And I will show document dimensions. Here you can see that’s 72 ppi that means 72 pixels per inch. This is like a web graphic we could say so, but if we want to print this image for a magazine, or let’s say whatever you want?
It’s better to have 300 ppi, so to begin doing this we could open our image size like palette or window or Alt-Control-I. It’s the hot key for that. After that, you can see the size of the image, and the pixels, the document size, and what it does in your hard disk.
So for a resolution if you want 300 you can see here that it modifies to 21.2 megabytes, and it was 1.22 and here where you can see that also the pixels dimensions also went bigger, but we don’t want that so open that again and check the sample image and hit 300, and you can see here that’s the same.
Do sampling but for example I want it bigger let’s say four width and three up here, and it doesn’t take like very big, but if I want maybe I could make two over here. And yes I mean it and click okay. And here you can see that I just modified it, and I didn’t lost resolution. And here we have 300 ppi.
So let’s open now and see on my next video. Don’t forget to check out the site Mar2194 just go over that and bye.