Okay, I feel like a complete imbecile for even asking this, but... I've tried repeatedly to resize images on adobe photoshop, but it doesn't seem to work. I go to image > image size/canvas size and make the appropriate changes, click "okay", and then save the image in a separate folder. But when I bring it up again, it is still the same. What am I doing wrong?
Are you making sure you are adding the new value into the adjust pixel area? I just tried it and it worked for me, if that doesn't help you could resize it manualy with the scale tool.
Odd, for me that option is grayed out. I can only edit the size in inches, not pixels. Maybe this is because I have photoshop elements, not the full version.
Call me Pingwin
25th May 2005
Go to Image Size, not Canvas Size. If you decrease the size of your canvas it will crop the photo. Additionally, make sure all images are parsed and flatten the flayers so it's just one image - then try to resize.
Bohemund;5305233Odd, for me that option is grayed out. I can only edit the size in inches, not pixels. Maybe this is because I have photoshop elements, not the full version.
I have elements and it works for me.:uhm:
OW & HS Addict
14th August 2008
Hmm, not sure but it your 'image mode' might affect whether certain options are greyed out or not. At least, in Photoshop, you should go to Image -> Mode -> 8-bit and RGB-channel. Mine was set to 32-bits back then and it greyed out a lot of options, including filters and image options.
Perhaps there's a similar thing in Elements?
Formerly known as Graeme and Arld.
8-bit is greyed out for me.