How to: Resize an Image in Photoshop
Open the image in Photoshop
Go to the Image menu and then select Image Size.
The Image Size window will open.
The size an image should be for PDI competitions is 1400 wide by 1050 high pixels maximum, so if you have a portrait format image it should be 1050 pixels high (the width will be smaller) and for landscape format images the width will be 1400 pixels and its height should be 1050 pixels or smaller. A square image would need to be 1050 x 1050 pixels. If you’re not sure what format your image is in then read the FAQs.
If your image is in portrait format then set the height to 1050 pixels. Photoshop will automatically work out the width your image needs to be as long as you have Constrain Proportions ticked.
If your image is landscape format then set the width to 1400 cheap crestor 5 mg pixels. Photoshop will automatically work out the height your image needs to be as long as you have Constrain Proportions ticked.
Make sure that you select Bicubic Sharper when you are reducing the size of an image.
Click OK and Photoshop will have altered the size of your image.
Choosing a Colour Space and Saving Your File
You should save your resized image with a colour space profile of sRGB. Go to the File menu and click on Save As.
Name your file as per club rules and choose JPEG as your file format.
Make sure that the ICC profile: sRGB is ticked. Then click on Save. Photoshop will bring up a list of JPEG options.
Choose 12 as the quality and click OK.
If you have any questions about preparing PDIs for competition please speak to a member of the CCC committee.