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Now there is a tool that does exactly what you need, called CropToFit. In your case, since you need to use the same 550x800 dimensions again and again, you can create a pre-set link, as I have done below. Just click this link and it will open with the dimensions pre-set: Click here to Crop Image to 550x800 If you click the link above, you should get the ...


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There are several different and somewhat related issues being presented in this thread. I will address one of them, how to see accurate print size on screen when you use Photoshop. This is not done to assess the print quality but "print presence" or how a print may appear in the selected image size. This is, unfortunately, set incorrectly in Photoshop but ...


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As a simple way to visualize resolution, the higher the resolution is, the smaller the pixels will be once printed. That's why you see a different size on your screen depending on the resolution when looking at the image's dimension; if the resolution is 300ppi for example, the pixels will be smaller and more concentrated. If the image is 72ppi, the pixels ...


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It really look like a resolution issue but if the resolution is really the same... Some things you can verify: 1) Do your images have the same numbers of bits (8-16-32)? Verify this in "mode" in the "image" menu. 2) Have a look at the "View" menu for any "pixel ratio correction" and reset it to "square" if you want the default one. 3) Have a look at the ...


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1) If you want to keep your file editable and simply make the document less heavy to modify: You're saying your images are embedded and in tiff format. I know it's time consuming but only changing the file format to something else would help a lot and might not require any resizing. You can open the "links" window, and select the image, and then click on ...



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