Work with print sizes and resolution Photoshop CS6


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Working with print sizes and resolution

So the question that I get most often is, how large can I print my image? Well, let's take a look, by going under the Image menu and selecting Image Size. In the Image Size dialog box, I am going to turn off the option to resample the image. We can see that I can print this image, 9 x 14 at 300 Pixels/Inch. If I want to print this 9 x 12, which is the common aspect ratio for photographers, if I change this to 12, you can see that the Resolution went up to 364, because with the Resample Image option off, I've told Photoshop not to add or subtract any pixels, just rearrange those pixels in the Document Size area.

So now I know, if I turn on Resample Image, because I only am going to print this to my inkjet printer, which wants 300 Pixels/Inch, I know that I have plenty of information to print this image at this size. Now, if I wanted to print this a little bit larger, let's take a look at what would happen. I am going to change the Width up to 12, but now you can see that my ...

Working with print sizes and resolution
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Working with print sizes and resolution provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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