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Photoshop question

Postby Stretch_Dude » Sun Jun 18, 2006 2:30 am

How do I shrink a 10"x15" piece of art so that I can post it online as a JPEG and it won't look ridiculously huge?

I'm using the CS2 version, if that matters.
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Re: Photoshop question

Postby Morpheus306 » Sun Jun 18, 2006 4:03 am

in the top menu bar, select 'Image' then scroll down to 'Image size' it will tell you what the size it is now and you can either manually enter new dimensions or click 'Auto'  it will then ask what resolution you want.  Make sure it's being measured by inches/inches...then I usually put 60-40 in the 'Screen' box.  Hope that helps.
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Re: Photoshop question

Postby Stretch_Dude » Sun Jun 18, 2006 6:33 pm

Ha ha, it worked! I thank you.
I memorized "Holy Grail" really well
I can recite it right now and have you ROTFLOL
- "Weird Al" Yankovic, "White and Nerdy"

"Any pile of stunted growth unaware that entertainment is just that and nothing more, deserves to doom themselves to some dank cell, somewhere, for having been so stupid!! Movies, books, T.V., music - they're all just entertainment, not guidebooks for damning yourself!" - Nny

I draw too, dammit!

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