72 ppi Image Resolution Is A Thing Of The Past
If you’re a photographer and upload photographs online to share with other people, you have probably heard it said that the correct resolution for photographs displayed on the internet, or on computer screens is 72 pixels per inch.
In this eBook, I explain why there is no such thing as a standard web or screen resolution anymore and if your images are to be placed on the web,
you don't even need to worry about image resolution at all..
I demonstrate how to use the Photoshop CC Image Size Dialog box to
- Upsize photographs for printing
- Downsize photographs for printing
- Downsize photographs for sharing online
I will also demonstrate how I use the Export As dialog box as an alternative way to resize my photographs for sharing online.
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