Photoshop Elements :: Why Image Size / Resolution Change After Making Changes In Photo

Jan 26, 2013

After spending time in PS elements 11 making changes in color and applying frames etc. I noticed after saving the file my resolution went from 5.5Mb to 847kb.  Why is this?

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Photoshop :: Can I Change Image Size And Resolution To A Whole Folder?

Nov 24, 2005

Is there a way in Photoshop to change the image size and resolution to a folder that has many jpegs images in it? Otherwise I will have to change the size and resolution to about 250 images. If Photoshop won't do it is there another program that will?

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Photoshop :: Resolution Change - Reduce Image File Size?

Jul 13, 2013

What is the best way to reduce an image's file size (say by 50%) so that someone with limited RAM can work on the file and then when they are done restore the file back to its 100% size for final output--without sacrificing resolution or pixels. File is a layered psd and will eventually be going to print.

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Photoshop Elements :: How To Change A Photo To High Resolution For Printing

Mar 11, 2014

How do I change a photo to high resolution for printing it on a metal sign?

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Photoshop Elements :: Can Batch A Repetitive Change Size And Resolution Process?

Aug 29, 2013

I have 300 pix that all need to be shrunk in size and resolution to a fixed size and resolution.  Rather than one-at-a-time, can this process be "batched" to eliminate some number of key strokes??????

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Photoshop :: Making Low Resolution Image Look Higher Resolution For Print

Mar 17, 2013

I realize the nature of my question maybe asking the impossible, but I have a low res image I downloaded from the internet, placed in an InDesign page, blew it up and printed it out. I was going for the distressed look that it has, it looks ok when I print it out considering it's low res and I blew it up fairly large. However, it's a little too pixelated to look professional when printed. Are they any tricks or things I can do to make it look higher res for print. I've attached the image as well as a screenshot of the InDesign file so you can see it in context.

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Photoshop Elements :: Optimum Resolution And Image Size For Slideshows?

Jul 21, 2013

What is the optimum resolution & picture size for creating slideshows in elements 9?

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Lightroom :: Change Image Resolution And Merge Photos Along With Standard Photo Editing?

Jan 8, 2013

Currently looking at buying either Lightroom 4 or Elements 11 at home - can I change image resolution and merge/join photos along with the standard photo editing - would be using this app for my travel pics, family photos and photobooks?

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Photoshop Elements :: Change Image Resolution In Multiple Images?

Nov 4, 2013

How can I change image resolution in multiple images?

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Photoshop Elements :: Making Image Fit Into Photo Album?

Jan 11, 2013

I am using photoshop elements 11 trial version before I buy one.  I'm trying the wedding photo album, but I'm having trouble fitting a picture into the picture "slots" for lack of a better term.  One picture that I simply want as a full picture is 8.5 x 11, 300 dpi.  Photoshop elements will not let me see the entire picture. 

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Photoshop Elements :: How To Change File Size On Image

Feb 26, 2013

How do change the file size on an image? Im trying to put a pic on twitter and it keeps telling me that the image is to big.

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Photoshop :: When Resize Photo And Close Its Size - Resolution Changed

Feb 20, 2013

When I resize a photo and close it, When I open it again the size and resolution has changed. Why?

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Photoshop :: Should One Change The Resolution Of The Preview Photo?

Jul 28, 2009

I use PS 7 and learning fast.

The default resolution when I open a photo, is set on 72 pixels per inch. This produces a photo with not a lot of detail and my previews are not the same as the end result. I have read somewhere that it is better to work on 300 dpi. Is this correct?

And if so, how do I change the default setting?

Or should one always work on 72 and occasionally change to 200-300 dpi?

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Photoshop :: CS5 - Change Size Of Font Without Changing Resolution

Aug 29, 2012

I've just gotten an ASUS Zenbook ultrabook, and I have to say that it runs PS (CS5) beautifully. Just one problem: with the 1920x1080 resolution, the menus, tools, etc. are tiny. Is there any way to change the size of the font in PS itself without changing the resolution on the whole computer?

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Photoshop :: New Image Size And Resolution In CC

Jun 20, 2013

How do i reduce the ppi's of a given image in the Photoshop CC? Changing it in the image size, in the Resolution field, it accomplish nothing. It logs an entry in the History panel, but nothing changes in the picture. Did Adobe changed how this works, or it's just a bug?

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Photoshop :: How Does One [Image Size Resolution]

Jan 15, 2008

I have been a Photoshop user since it was on floppy disk. Now I use CS2. My hobby is photography and Photoshop, of course, is a natural extention of that hobby. Despite all the years of using it I am anything but a master. Maybe a master of slow learning. I got a degree in that. Currently I am assembling sport collages and therein lies the rub.

Firstly, I work in jpeg. Everytime, no matter what I set my target size to (the frame) when I drag a photo in, it seemingly jumps to a larger size inside the frame. I am expecting it to be semi-locked at the size it is set to, normally 4 X 6, and maintained, relative to the frame, at that size when dragged to that frame.

This latest frame is 24" X 36". I drag a 4 X 6 picture in it and it's bigger than the frame. How can I consistently constrain the picture size I drag in and what am I not understanding about this process?

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Photoshop :: Resolution/image Size?

Jun 2, 2004

I know it's wrtten down in black and white, and we have covered this before. I am mainly designing little hand out flyers printed on that thin, glossy, card board, 4 x5 flyers, and cd album covers. Is it safe to go with the color profile Adobe RGB (1998) setting? If not what is? When I create these projects do I create the canvas with the size I am printing out in? For instance 4.75" x 4.75", and I am not sure on the resolution to go with. The res always gets me. I read about it, and it doesn't click for me. It starts out with a default of 72, but when I view as print size it looks smaller on screen. I am doing a big project for a big Minnesota band, and I don't want to mess it up. Especialy dropping in font so it doesn't look "pixly", shrinking photos so they don't lose quality is another one I haven't mastered yet. I have 4 days after tomorrow to complete this project. It's all from scratch except for the font which they are putting on disk for me. Little time to research, so I am asking for a huge favor. I want to make a good impression. This is my ticket for a free billboard.

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Photoshop :: Image Size And Resolution....

May 19, 2008

I couldn't find this question anywhere else, but I can't be the only one who's come across this:

I have an image in a folder...finder/explorer tells me that it's 638px X 479px, and 234KB.

I open it in Photoshop and go to Image Size. PS says it is indeed 638x479pixels, but that it's 5.4" x 4.06" at 300pp and the "pixel dimensions" add up to 895KB?

(Then, when I place it in InDesign, at 100%, it measures around 2.1" x 1.6"? What's going on? If I input those dimensions into the Image Size dialogue box in PS, without resampling, it would have to be 750.25ppi. Obviously it's not.)

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Photoshop :: Image Size And Resolution

Oct 9, 2007

I've noticed that when I open a jpeg file on Photoshop CS2 from my computer the files will open with different resolutions e.g. 72 ppi, 180ppi, or 300ppi. even when they are from the same camera set to the same compression i.e. superfine, and large. Why does this happen and what can I do if anything to prevent this?

Does it matter if the resolution is set to 72,180 or 300 if I have these photos downloaded to one of the online photo developers like Walmart or Walgreens.

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Photoshop :: Image Size And Resolution

Sep 24, 2006

I like to have images in 300 dpi resolution. I notice that, if I specify a certain size image, say, 11 x 14 at 180 dpi, it prints out a different size than 300 dpi although the length and width are showing up the same .... 11 x 14. I've never really understood the correlation between dpi and resolution.

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Photoshop Elements :: Change Background Colour To Viewing Screen When Reduce Image Below Full Size

Mar 14, 2013

Currently the screen has a black border when I scroll to reduce the image size. Originally it may have been white.

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Photoshop :: Can Change Resolution Of Photo Without Losing Quality For Retina Ready Photos

Sep 4, 2013

I would like to prepare some photos for Retina display screens (not for printing) and was told that in order to do this, I need to increase the resolution of my images from 72dpi to 240dpi.
Many of my original photos are 3000 x 1875 pixel size at 72dpi resolution. What I wanted to know is that if I uncheck 'resample image' in the 'image size' dialogue box and increase the resolution from 72dpi to 240dpi, will my image suddenly be Retina ready without ANY loss of quality?
I find it hard to get my head around the fact that you can simply raise the resolution of an image in this way with no adverse affect to the quality.

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GIMP :: Change Resolution And Print Size?

Aug 18, 2013

Just recently moved to Gimp. I like it but I am struggling. Millions of questions, but to start: How can I alter the resolution of and image without changing its physical size. I am trying to keep to a print size of 7x5", and reduce the resolution to 300pixel/inch. When I go to: 'set image print resolution' and change the X and Y resolution, the 'Print Size' changes with it. I have tried everything I can think of. I have make a new file at the correct resolution and pasted the image in, but the colors in the photos changed, so I dumped that idea.

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GIMP :: Change Ratio / Resolution Of A Photo

Nov 27, 2011

I need to change the ratio of a photo to 4:3 , and change the resolution to 1280. I don't want to loose any parts of the image.

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Photoshop :: Image Size / Resolution For ProShow Producer?

Mar 30, 2012

Need to prepare images for a slideshow I am creating in ProShow Producer.  Not understanding their suggestion to convert my images to jpeg 1.5.The projector is 1920 X 1080 and will be shown on a 26' wide screen at a movie theater.I correct the RAW image and then Save As tif (dimensions are 5184 X 3456 at 300 ppi).Usually I resize the tif at this point and Save As jpg.  When I resize I have always put in the dimensions 1920 width for landscape images and resolution 300 ppi.   Would you just change the pixel Dimensions and leave the Document size alone? They want me to Save As jpeg 1.5.

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Photoshop :: Get Best Resolution And Lowest Image Size For A Website?

May 30, 2013

I have very high resolution pictures on Photoshop. How can I save the picture for a good resolution (not stretchy) for my website, good quality too. and have it weight like 100KB

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Photoshop Elements :: Specify PPI Resolution To Always Use When Opening A Photo?

Apr 1, 2013

Using PS Elements 11 on Win 7 computer. Some photos I open are displayed at 72 ppi resolution. Other photos open at 180 or 300 ppi resolutions. What determines this? How can I specify the ppi resolution to always use when opening a photo.

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GIMP :: Change Resolution Of Picture Without Changing Size

Dec 14, 2012

Is there a way to change the resolution of a picture without it changing the size.

I cannot find a way to separate the two..

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Lightroom :: How To Change Resolution When Exporting A Photo To Facebook

Mar 6, 2013

Is it possible to change the resolution when exporting a photo to Facebook using either the regular plugin or Jeffrey Friedl's plugin?  I can't seem to do it; I only have control over the image dimensions, not the resolution and the dimensions, as you can see in the screen shots below:

I have control over both when I export to my hard drive (or a flash drive, etc.), as you can see below:

I can't find the option to control the resolution when I try to export to Facebook.  Before I got Lightroom 4, I would create whole new low-resolution files of images I wanted to post online using Photoshop.  The image size settings I would use are a longest edge of 10 inches at 72ppi, and I would like to continue doing this.  If I can only set the longest side to 720 pixels (I can't even seem to set the longest edge to an inches value - I can only choose a pixels value) and not change the resolution from 300ppi to 72ppi, then my photos' longest edge will only be less than 3 inches long (right?).  Thus, I really want to be able to upload low-resolution photos to Facebook via Lightroom with the ability to change both the resolution and the image dimensions. How to do it without having to export to my hard drive first?

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Photoshop Elements :: Picture Size And Resolution For Slideshows?

May 1, 2013

what image size & resolution do I use for slideshows?

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Photoshop :: Change Resolution Of Image

Aug 21, 2008

I'm using CS3 and I'm putting together a small magazine. The printer who will be doing the printing insists that all images are 300 dpi, however, some of the images people have sent me to insert in the magazine are only 120 dpi. If I manually change it to 300 dpi in the Image Size dialogue box in Photoshop, does it actually increase the resolution? I was of the opinion that the original image has to be 300dpi and that it wasn't possible to alter it, but now I'm not sure.

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