After spending hours planning and styling a shot, getting the lighting just right and adding the final touches in post production, chances are you’ll want to upload your images online to your portfolio or share them on social media.
In this Photoshop class Karl looks at how to resize images for web and online use using two different methods in Photoshop. He explains important considerations when resizing images and demonstrates each step of different methods. You’ll not only learn how to find a balance between image size and quality, but also how to get the best out of your images, see what colour space is best for web use and how to speed up your workflow.
This Photoshop class covers the following:
- Resizing images for web use
- How to resize images without losing quality
- ‘Export as’ vs ‘Save for web’
- How to sharpen images for web
- Colour profiles for web images
If you have any questions about this class, please post in the comment section below.
‘Save for web’.
To learn more about other useful Photoshop tools, please visit our Post Production classes. You’ll also find a range of more in-depth demonstrations on how to use a number of different tools and techniques in our Photoshop for Photographers course.