How to change image size in Photoshop - change file size (DPI) & dimensions. Really easy and quick Photo Shop Tutorial: How to re-size an image in Photoshop. You will see how to change the DPI from a print ready file (usually 300 DPI), to 72 DPI - which is the quality you need for web or email. Just changing the Dpi knocks out a huge anmount of the file size, as files that are viewed online do not have to be of the same density or quaility as files you would print. Next we show how to change the physical dimensions of the file, so its width and high. Here we change this file to 600 pixels wide. We do this in the image size box, and when we change one physical dimension the other automatically updates. We change it to 600 pixels wide as this is the best for an invitation you would embed in the body of an email, for example. The video also shows how to view the image at different percentages within Photoshop. You can then save the file and know you have cut out a vast amount of files size. Smaller files vies faster on the web.
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