How to Resize an Image in Photoshop | Adobe Tutorial

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How to Resize an Image in Photoshop | Adobe Tutorial

by | Mar 10, 2020 | Adobe Photoshop Tutorials | 0 comments

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[CC] In this video, we’re looking at how to resize an image in Photoshop without compromising on resolution.

Photoshop is a versatile tool when it comes to manipulating imagery but without the proper knowledge, every adjustment you make could be degrading the quality of your finished work.

Our resident expert, Dan Allen presents a step-by-step guide on how to resize an image without losing quality in Photoshop. This video will show you how to use Photoshop’s Smart Objects tool to arrange and adjust your images safely without affecting quality.


0:20 Introduction
0:32 Explanation
1:41 The incorrect way
2:32 The correct way
3:18 The rasterized object
4:08 The smart object
4:22 Comparison

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