One method involves the Image Size dialog box, which you use in many of your editing sessions in Elements. When you use the Image Size dialog box to size an image down, you are downsampling the image. Follow these steps to downsample an image in Elements: Open a photo in the Photo Editor. For these steps, you can use any photo you have handy.
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One method involves the Image Size dialog box, which you use in many of your editing sessions in Elements. When you use the Image Size dialog box to size an image down, you are downsampling the image. Follow these steps to downsample an image in Elements: Open a photo in the Photo Editor. For these steps, you can use any photo you have handy. The Image Size dialog box opens. The Pixel Dimensions area in the Image Size dialog box shows the file size such as This number is the amount of space the image takes up on your hard drive.
The width and height values are fixed unless you select the Resample Image check box at the bottom of the dialog box. In the Document Size area, redefine the dimensions and resolution. From the drop-down list to the right of the text box, you can select a unit of measure: percent, inches, centimeters, millimeters, points, picas, or columns. Height: The Height options are the same as the Width options except there is no column setting.
If you keep the sizing proportional — by selecting the Constrain Proportions check box — you typically edit either the Width or Height text box, but not both. When you alter either width or height, the resolution changes inversely. Resolution: Edit the text box to change resolution and press the Tab key to change the value. When you edit resolution, the Width and Height values are changed inversely if the Constrain Proportions check box is selected. With this check box selected, you can change dimensions and pixels at the same time, which results in reducing or increasing the number of pixels.
When the check box is deselected, the values for dimensions are linked. Changing one value automatically changes the other values. If you select the Resample Image check box, choose a resampling method as well as other resampling options. In the drop-down list, you find resampling-method choices. See the table below this list. The two check boxes above the Resample Image check box become active when you select the Resample Image check box. When you apply a style, such as a frame border, the border appears at a defined width.
When you select the Scale Styles box and then resize the image, the Styles effect is also resized. Leaving the check box deselected keeps the style at the same size when the image is resized.
Constrain Proportions: By default, this check box is selected; keep it that way unless you want to distort an image intentionally. Resampling Methods.
Targ The number of pixel in the image is related with the image size. Down-sampling the Image Step 1: Create a copy of the image. Resizing the dialog box resizes the preview window. First tell us where do you intend this project of yours to be viewed? These image files can be as large as 45MB. Once an image is in a digital medium, you no longer have access to any other information about the scene from which it originated beyond the pixels in the phtoshop. The only difference would be that, this time you have to increase the resolution or image dimension in step2.
How to Downsample Images in Photoshop Elements 11
Tolabar Go to menu bar and click on the option Image. To change the preview magnification, Ctrl-click Windows or Command-click Mac OS in the preview image to increase magnification. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: By decreasing the size of the image we mean to decrease the dowbsampling of the image file in memory. Optional You can also choose a different unit of measurement. When this method is chosen, a Noise reduction slider becomes available for smoothing out noise as you upscale the image.
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