Resize your images using Photoshop Elements

by Oct 1, 2019

These instructions help you to resize your image after you have edited and cropped your image to suit your needs. Your resized images must be no larger than 1440 pixels wide by 1080 pixels high including any borders. Projected digital images must be saved in JPEG file format. Images are projected in sRGB colour space.

This process is suitable for Photoshop Elements.

  • Open the image in Photoshop Elements and flatten any layers.
  • Use Image > Resize > Image Size and ensure that the “Resample Image: (Bicubic)” and “Constrain Proportions” boxes are ticked. Under “Pixel Dimensions” type 1440 in the “Width:” box. The other number will adjust accordingly, but must not exceed 1080. If it does, adjust the “Height:” value. The final image must not exceed 1440w x 1080h pixels. Click OK.
  • View the image at 100% (actual pixels) and apply a suitable level of sharpening using Enhance >Unsharp Mask.
  • Use Image > Convert Color Profile and Apply sRGB Profile. If your image already has this profile it will be greyed out.
  • Use File > Save As to save the image to a different file name or folder in JPEG format with high quality (10 or greater). Ensure that the check box next to “ICC Profile” is ticked.

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