FOR BEGINER How To Change Image dimensions on PHOTOSHOP

Mouneem

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hey guys as i said before I'll start posting tips and tutorial here
and here's my first one, you will learn how to change dimensions of an image ( Height and Width )
Of course you need a software, I recommend you Photoshop ( Version doesn't matter till now )
First step for changing the dimensions of an image is to open it
click on "file" then click on "open" or use the shortcuts CTRL+O

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then choose your image from the window
once the image is chosen you can start your "edit" and click on "image size" you can use the shortcuts ALT+CTRL+I
a window will appear now all what you need is to choose the wanted with and height

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Any questions ?
 

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The second pic, document size in cm, can you set it as default in pixel?
I have 100 large pictures and I want to make them the fastest to re-size to smaller dimension in seconds, is it possible?
 

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Using Batch Image Resizer software or using action function in Photoshop, it may help you or wait for your tips from Mouneem :rolleyes2:
 

Mouneem

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dear Nemanja
yes
you can use scripts it's an advanced option in photoshop if there's people interested i'll post a tutorial about that
 

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You can use action command for batch images processing. Record a action for example.. first action will be image resizing, second action will be saving and last action will be closing the image. You can stop the action and then playing the action for complete batch.
 
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