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Resize vs Resample: How To Properly Change Image Size and Resolution in Photoshop

Resizing an image sounds like one of the simplest things you could do in Photoshop, but there are actually some common mistakes you should avoid. If you’re a professional designer or photographer, it becomes complicated when you need to factor in print size and resolution. In today’s video, I’ll cover the basics of resizing an image in Adobe Photoshop, and explain when you should (or should not) choose the Resample option instead. This is crucial technical knowledge every Graphic Designer or Photographer should know to avoid some costly mistakes or ugly prints.

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  1. Well done, Chris! I had to learn these things on my own, by trial & error. You have made it very simple for any level graphics person. Thanks, as always!

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