Introduction: Resizing Multiple Images at Once: Adobe Photoshop (1.5)

The default settings for many digital cameras produce an image that is large in physical dimensions (i.e., width and height), but lower in pixels per inch (usually 72 ppi). The following steps show users how to decrease the physical size of a digital camera image and increase its resolution without losing quality. Instead of resizing one image at a time, users can resize multiple images at once by using Photoshop CS4's Image Processor. Images can also be resaved in the JPEG, TIFF, and/or PSD file formats. Created by the ITS Training Program at CSULA for students.


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