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How to do that in CS4 ???


copek 17 82
16 Sep 2010 12:33AM
Hi guys

could anyone tell me how to resize the thumbnail to 65x65 and at the same time keep it in proportions ???
thanks
martin
WilliamRoar 13 188 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2010 7:57AM
Image Size
copek 17 82
16 Sep 2010 8:57AM
I know Image size but how to do it that at the same time keep the size 65x65 and do not loose proportions.
If you tick the box ''Constrain Proportions" than you can't do 65x65 and If you untick the box "Constrain Proportions" the image is not in proportions.
HOW TO DO IT????
sut68 18 2.0k 77 England
16 Sep 2010 9:00AM
Image > Image Size ... check 'Resample Image' and make sure that 'Constrain Proportions' is also checked, then enter your dimensions into the top boxes [Pixel Dimensions - width or height].

HTH,
Paul

EDIT: Just noticed our posts crossed ... this should work fine though.
bill777 18 661 1 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2010 9:01AM
What dimensions are you starting with?
bill777 18 661 1 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2010 9:02AM
Too slow, Paul's got it covered - doh!
copek 17 82
16 Sep 2010 9:25AM
that's the problem, If you tick the box ''Constrain Proportions" than you can't do 65x65 and If you untick the box "Constrain Proportions" the image is not in proportions.
1. option you keep both dimensions 65x65 but the image is not in proportions, box "constrain proportions" unticked.
2. option , image in proportions but the size is not 65x 65 , box "constrain proportions" ticked
how to do it???
joolsb 16 27.1k 38 Switzerland
16 Sep 2010 9:35AM
Have you tried "Automate->Fit Image"? That should do exactly what you want done.
Jestertheclown 13 8.5k 253 England
16 Sep 2010 9:44AM
You can only resize it to a square format and retain its proportions if it's square to begin with.

You'll need to crop the image so that the height and width are the same, regardless of its actual size, first.

You can then resize that image to whatever dimensions you want, with both sides the same, and retain the same proportions.

Jester.
cameracat 17 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
16 Sep 2010 10:10AM
Convert to a " Smart Object " first, Then make it any size you like.......Smile
copek 17 82
16 Sep 2010 10:50AM
thanks guys
I'm getting there
PhilScot Plus
15 914 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2010 2:56PM
Select crop tool, in the tool bar at the top of the screen in the height box type 65(px, in, mm) then the same with the width box. The set pixels per inch.
Crop the image, job done.

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