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Tool Tips: Image Size

By Mike Rodriguez  ·  Issue: May/June 2010 (v7n3)

Elements gives you several tools for resizing images, but for maximum control over the process and your final image, the best place to start is the Image Size dialog box.


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1 Reply to Tool Tips: Image Size:

  1. Jeffrey

    August 23, 2010 at 11:46 am

    The article was great. I take pictures of birds, and need to crop the majority of them in an effort to improve composition and “enlarge” and sharpen them. Of course, this process does much to resolution and size.
    I have two questions:
    Do you have or someone in your shop has a work flow/process defining/detailing the steps from initial
    cropping to final image ready to print e.g. cropping, resolution, image size, sharpening?
    Your plug in article in the March-April issue is very good. Which of the plug-ins, if any, would you
    recommend for this cropping/enlarging/sharpening process for a PSE 8 person.
    Thank you

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