Resizing and sharpening for a specific print size


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Resizing and sharpening for a specific print size

Once you have finished all of your Photoshop work, you're now ready to begin the printing process. There is something that's so exciting about printing. I love just having that final artifact in my hands. Well, one of our first steps here is going to be resizing our images. So let's open up the Image Size dialog window. On a Mac press Command+Option+I; on a PC Ctrl+Alt+I. Now as you remember from a previous chapter, the first step is to turn Resample Image off. The next step is to change the Resolution.

Now here, I either print my images at 180 or at 240. I am going to go ahead and leave this at 240, because that's the resolution that I use most frequently. Next, we click Resample back on. Now from here, we are going to make some resizing decisions. What I want to do is print this out as a 5x7. So in this case, I am going to resize this smaller; thus, I am going to use Bicubic Sharper, which is best for reduction. All right. Well, for my Height, I'll go ahead and take t...

Resizing and sharpening for a specific print size
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Resizing and sharpening for a specific print size provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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