How to Crop to Exact Pixel Sizes in Photoshop





How to Crop to Exact Pixel Sizes in Photoshop


thankx
yay 4 mins of garbage i don't care about!!
Great tutorial, contrary to the other comments, I'd like to say I found your method of instruction very coherent. I tend to think the same way: Difficult or Unknown Task-->Misconceptions-->Correct Method.

However, in some parts it can be a bit excessive. For example, we can deduce that if just setting length give the wrong height, that the works the same the other way around. Otherwise, great, calm narration (can't get much of that these days) and perfectly paced video (quite impatient generally).
Thank you, exactly what I needed! :))
Very clear explanation
Thank you so much for this great tutorial!
What if i dont want to crop it? what if i want the whole image to fix in the pixels that i want?
Thank you!
Thank you!
Thank you! I forgot how to do this, though I have a box for resolution that I kept the same as the original image. Hope all is well with you and our viewers.
Thank you so much for the very helpful tip!
Thanks, I've been wanting to do that for ages
thanks for the help mate!
I've been looking for days to do this. Thanks so much, you're a life saver.
Thanks, Phil. This is exactly what I was searching for. This helped so much. Great video. Thanks Again.
When i change the size to 851 px it pops up an error that the number is wrong and switch back from Px to Cm. What do i do?
brilliant! thanks!
This is the kind of tutorial I like, Very descriptive and shows you ALL the ways, not JUST ONE like most videos. Great job!
Thanks for this video! Finally able to crack the code on this frustrating issue. God bless.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR VIDEO. I HAVE WATCHED SO MANY VIDEO ABOUT GETTING MY PHOTOS RESIZED AND YOUR VIDEO IS THE ONLY ON I FOUND VERY INFORMATIVE


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