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Feb 11, 2012 10:09 as a reply to  @ post 11422575 |  #91

Hey everyone,

I'm brand new to this forum - this is actually my first post. I've already learned so much! Is there any information on resizing images for web using Photoshop 9? I'd love some feedback on my work from you veterans however I'm stuck on how to do this properly. Rookie question I know.


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Feb 11, 2012 10:37 |  #92

Hi Maigan & welcome to POTN!

What version Photoshop are you referring to? Photoshop Elements 9 or PS9 (which is PSCS2: What this thread is about)


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Feb 11, 2012 12:11 as a reply to  @ René Damkot's post |  #93

I've only got Photoshop Elements 9. Thanks for clarifying Rene.


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Feb 11, 2012 14:13 |  #94

Elements has a File/Save for Web function as well as an Image/Resize function. Check them out -- I don't use Elements and can't give you detailed help, but if you have questions let us know!


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Mar 05, 2012 22:07 |  #95

If uploaded to Flickr, would you have to do this before uploading?




  
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Mar 05, 2012 23:33 |  #96

If you have a paid "professional" account, you can upload larger images. They resize for "normal" viewing but larger sizes can be viewed.

For free accounts, you can't store a larger size, I believe, so ones you upload will be resized to smaller viewing sizes. In that case you would do better to resize yourself to avoid unwanted "hits" on image quality from their automatic resizing.


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Mar 06, 2012 16:59 |  #97

Thank you.




  
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mäger wrote in post #7057588 (external link)
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what should keep me from pressing ctrl+alt+shift+S then Esc, then Image Size(enter 800 + apply) and after use this button here?
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Apr 06, 2012 12:27 |  #99

Any one know how to do this in Aperture 3?


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Apr 06, 2012 14:30 |  #100

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Any one know how to do this in Aperture 3?

Are you saying you don't know how to use Aperture's resizing, or are you asking about something more specific?

Quick links from a Google search for "aperture photo resizing":

http://blogs.oreilly.c​om …ing-cropping-and-res.html (external link)

https://discussions.ap​ple.com …/3703793?start=​0&tstart=0 (external link)


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Apr 15, 2012 13:47 |  #101

According to the rules thread here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=51022
it looks like the limits for image size are not 800x800, but 1024x1024.

Am I missing something?


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Apr 15, 2012 14:35 |  #102

Locuus wrote in post #14270026 (external link)
According to the rules thread here: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=51022
it looks like the limits for image size are not 800x800, but 1024x1024.

Am I missing something?

No. The sizes were increased, & not everything has been updated. This is why it's a good idea to review the rules from time to time, as they take precedence over general posts in the forum.

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Nov 25, 2013 10:36 |  #103

And the original message is from 2007!!! time to check how to filter out this 'old stuff' especially that the tutorial is not all that accurate anymore.


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Apr 24, 2014 18:32 |  #104

Rongnongno wrote in post #16478687 (external link)
And the original message is from 2007!!! time to check how to filter out this 'old stuff' especially that the tutorial is not all that accurate anymore.

Agreed. time for new tuts! lol


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Thanks for creating a very simple tutorial for resizing photos for the web.



  
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