Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Image resolution, part of Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Quick Start.
Resolution is one of those subjects that seems to cause a lot of confusion for photographers. …But it doesn't have to be that way. There's actually only a few things you …need to keep in mind when it comes to resolution. …There are two basic concepts that I think are important related to resolution. …One is the quantity of information. How much information do you have in an …image and therefore, how large a print can you produce, for example. …The other issue is the distribution of that information and that relates to the …final output size. One way you can examine resolution is to …take a look at the Image Size dialog. To do so, you can go to the Image menu …and choose Image Size. And that will bring up a dialog that …allows you to change the overall size of your image.…
But also to review the details about the resolution of your photo. …And here we have represented both types of information, the quantity of …information, in other words the overall pixel dimensions, and the density of that …
- A guided tour of Photoshop
- Setting up your environment
- Color modes, bit depth, and image resolution
- The Histogram
- File formats
- Basic adjustments
- Output workflow
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1. A Guided Tour
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4. Basic Adjustments
5. Wrapping Up the Workflow
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