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    How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Hi,

    Sometimes when i work on a photo i zoom in to work better.. but then i think godd***mned this photo looks better when i zoom in but can't find the way to save it like that?

    How can i do it?

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    if you are talking up to 200 percent go to image>size and increase by 200% but makesure you have bicubic selected for enlargements

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoogleman View Post
    if you are talking up to 200 percent go to image>size and increase by 200% but makesure you have bicubic selected for enlargements
    Thank you very very much man!!!!!YOU'RE GOD!!!!!))

    But what took my attention is is:isn't it better that i take "Bicubic Smoother(best for enlargment)" because there are 3 Bicubic modes???

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Hi! Iīm really no expert here so donīt take this as fact, but the first thing I thought of when I read this was: Canīt you open it as a smart object, and then resize/ zoom in, and crop it?

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Insert and image.. Go to Image> Image size, adjust your photo and don't forget to check "Resample Image" and Uncheck "Constraint Proportions"...
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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    All I would do is take a sectional screen shot ...... bingo you have it only at screen res though.........
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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    I think what photoshop warrior said is right

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Quote Originally Posted by iDad View Post
    All I would do is take a sectional screen shot
    LOL i was think the same

    Just "PRT SCR" save it, edit it. DONE
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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    I'm curious what you're getting at. I agree with the screen capture as one method. If you just want to save one area as an image, you could resize it as described above, crop it, save as, then undo the steps on your original. That's what I'd do, but I don't know why I'd do it. I guess the most sense I can make of it is making the whole img larger like Warrior said?



    Just wondering, IB

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    Re: How can i save zoomed in photo?

    Just crop and resize it.

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