Understanding where resizing fits into your workflow


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Understanding where resizing fits into your workflow

After the last few movies, you should be beginning to get comfortable with the idea of resolution and pixel counts. We're about to get to the actual Photoshop process of resizing an image, but before we do, we need to talk about where resizing fits into your workflow. Earlier, I explained where I think printing should fit into your overall postproduction workflow. You start by performing the edits that you need to get your image looking right onscreen, then you move on to printing, which includes applying the adjustments that are needed to get the image looking good on paper. You perform these resizings at the beginning of the printing process.

As you've seen over the last few movies, resizing might involve the removal of pixels from your image and once those pixels are gone, they're gone. Now over the long hall, you may choose to print your image at lots of different sizes. Perhaps you give someone 8 x 10, and they like it so much they come back saying they want ...

Understanding where resizing fits into your workflow
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Understanding where resizing fits into your workflow provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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