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Something that is so wonderful, it is hard to find the words to match. Something that makes your heart beat faster or your heart melt. Something that tops everything else, and always crosses your mind.
Everything Alex is and does is amazing to me.
Over used word. Usually by teenage airhead girls. Amazing
was once a word to describe something outstanding and wonderful. Now, teenage girls have overused the word. And have ruined it all.
Girl 1- OMG *squeal* "That lime green skirt a AMAZING".
Girl 2- OMG thanks, no YOU'RE AMAZING.
Girl 1- OMG WE'RE BOTH JUST SO AMAZING.
Photoshop has a default resolution of 72, but I know that isn't good for print. So what would be a good resolution, if I were to print for:
If your making something big like a poster or something you have to contact the printers where your going to print it and ask if their printers can support 300dpi posters because some dont.
Also if your shooting from a camera some shot at 72 dpi just be sure you set the size really high. Open it photoshop make a new canvas that 300dpi drop the pic then print.
Also if you scan set ur scanner @ 300dpi you can only enlarge your photo to 20% tho otherwise lose the quality. So for example your scaning a photo thats 3.5x5 or something and you want that 3.5" pic printed 4 times larger then you have to scan it @ 1200 dpi because 300x4=1200dpi.
Resolution, or DPI refers to the number of dots, or pixels, on a linear inch of an image. The web displays graphics at 72 DPI, yet sometimes your client will hand you a 300 dpi image. PhotoShop can help you make the transition from a clunky, slow downloading file to speedy 72 DPI delight.
PhotoShop can also help you resize an image. Lets face it, things arent always the way we want them. You can shrink or stretch an image to fit your liking, or you can chop out a small part of an image and make it larger.
The possibilities are endless
When you instruct PhotoShop to change the size of an image, it merely spreads out or scrunches the image pixels. Pixels spread outimage gets bigger. Viola.
On the other hand, if youre trying to make an image larger, and still keep your current dpi, well then PhotoShops got its work cut out for it. To make an image larger, PhotoShop must spread pixels apart. To keep resolution the same while stretching, PhotoShop must add new pixels to the image and decide what color they should be. When shrinking an image, PhotoShop must decide which pixels to remove.
PhotoShop is really good at adding and removing pixels, but you can generally only increase or decrease size by about 1/3 before images start looking yucky.
PhotoShop was designed for both print and web work. Thus, the program gives you the option to change print dimensions or pixel dimensions. As a web designer taking a web design course, you dont care about print size; your only concern is pixel Dimensions. Dont bother changing the print dimensions.
Have you ever downloaded an image from the internet and then printed it, only to get results that were, well, less than you expected? The image looked great on your computer screen, but when you printed it, it either printed at the size of a postage stamp or it printed at a decent size but looked blurry or “blocky”? The culprit is image
When you first open Photoshop, you should have a blank working space with various menus, as in the image (right). The displayed menus and their locations are customizable, so your screen may look slightly different, but in general it should have a similar overall appearance.
First, take a look at the menu bar that runs horizontally across the top of the screen.