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Many thanks Helped me a Lot.
Thank you Aaron Rutten for this video i scanned a picture from my sketchbook and i was wondering how to resize it.
Great video! Just a quick comment about the Resolution. 300 PPI is the industry standard resolution for print, but if you're resizing for the web, the Resolution value is meaningless. Resolution controls the number of pixels that will print per inch, with the keyword being "print". It has no effect on the web, or on display devices in general. "72 PPI for the web" is just an unfortunately popular myth.
Great ! very helpful . Thanks
Thanks for the help!
What if I wanted solely the woman to be bigger instead of the whole thing?
I was wanting to know the simple one and with you i get it. tks dude.
Resize as in making a 1 MB j.peg turn into a 0.1MB j.peg or am i way off now?
Hey, have you mentioned exporting speedpaints/animations from Photoshop?
Thanks love your videos😍
Wow, thank you😊😊
not the answer i need, this is simple stuff... i need to now how to move or resize and image within a photoshop cc layout that i am creating, without distorting the image with Ctrl T. In Elements this does not happen...