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  • vickatter
    size and resolution
    by vickatter
    Hi!

    First Question:
    I'm a little mixed up with the way I can increase a file size.
    I had to do a few posters yesterday and I needed a final file of 70x100cm in 200dpi. The thing is that the pictures that I was using were a little smaller than that, so somebody at the studio...
    01-09-2008, 04:12 AM
  • Ambrosie
    Image size - lack of understanding
    by Ambrosie
    I have been an infrequent user of Photoshop 3 for over 10 years. From time to time I become aware that I have never fully understood some of the basics. One of these appears to be the matter of image size (height and width).

    To do the simple jobs I generally use Photshop for, I don't...
    08-06-2008, 12:27 PM
  • Angie B
    Yet another resolution question
    by Angie B
    I have been reading about resolution, ppi and dpi and unfortunately I am so confused. I know you guys have given a lot of advice about this, but I might understand better if I ask a specific question.

    I have transferred my digital image from RAW to TIFF and opened in photoshop. When...
    12-21-2004, 02:26 PM
  • zbgump
    resizing and resolution
    by zbgump
    I have a basic question that I should know the answer to. I'm working some pics my friends took with their digi cam to be sent to shutterfly. These images are being shrunked down by quite a bit.

    My questions is, is their any gain or loss by increasing the resolution when I decrease...
    12-02-2002, 10:22 PM
  • Rhonda
    [Definition] Resize vs. Resample
    by Rhonda
    When changing the size of an image, what's the difference between resizing and resampling? Is one better than the other? In one of the forums on scanning it was suggested to scan high and resize (but not resample) and that confused me. Thanks.
    09-14-2002, 04:03 PM
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