Mike Rankin demonstrates how to modify the canvas in Photoshop by cropping it or expanding it, and explains the difference between resizing and resampling.
- [Instructor] In this movie, … we'll see how to modify the canvas … by cropping it or expanding it, … and we'll look at the difference … between resizing and resampling. … In our exercise file, we have this picture of a car … and let's say that we need to make it … the right size and resolution … for printing as a four by six ad. … So that would mean adding some space on the canvas … for the text over the car. … Now first, let's see what we have now … by going to the Image Size dialog box, … which you can open from the Image menu. … So right now, the image is 2,400 pixels by 1,575, … which means at a resolution at 300 pixels per inch, … it will print out at eight inches wide … by five and 1/4 inches tall. … So this is bigger than what we need and that's inefficient. … It'll make the file size larger than what it should be … and it should negatively affect … the output image quality. … If your image has too high a resolution … for your printing needs, … it won't be as crisp as it could be, …
- Benefits of ACA certification
- Creating a study plan
- Planning a project
- Identifying design elements such as typography
- Using layers and masks
- Using brushes, shapes, and patterns
- Drawing and painting
- Transforming graphical elements
- Preparing images for print and web
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CC 2019 New Featureswith Deke McClelland1h 48m Intermediate
1. Become an Adobe Certified Associate
2. Create a Personal Study Plan
3. Exam Objectives: Working in the Design Industry
4. Exam Objectives: Project Setup and Interface
5. Exam Objectives: Organizing Documents
6. Exam Objectives: Creating and Modifying Visual Elements
7. Exam Objectives: Publishing Digital Media
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