Change image size and resolution with the Crop tool Photoshop CS6


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Changing image size and resolution with the Crop tool

Here we're going to take a look at some new features that are associated with the Crop tool. We'll be working with this portrait that I captured of a family friend just a week ago and the family friend is interested in getting a 5 by 7 print. So what we need to do is to crop and resize this image so that we can create that print. Before we get to working with the Crop tool, let's take a look at the image size. To do that, navigate to the Image pull down menu and then select Image Size to open up the Image Size dialog.

Here we can see that this image is currently an 8 by 12 at 300 pixels per inch. Well let's explore how we can change the crop and also the size of the file and let's do that by looking at the Crop tool. So here we'll click Cancel. Next select the Crop tool by pressing the C key or by clicking on the Crop tool icon in the Tools panel. Now once we do that, we'll notice something interesting. In the Options bar, we have a new icon, which is this i...

Changing image size and resolution with the Crop tool
Video duration: 3m 30s 3h 33m Intermediate Updated Dec 11, 2012

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Changing image size and resolution with the Crop tool provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers New Features

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