1600 x 1600 pixels is just too low a maximum image resolution, especially for a product with the reputation of Photoshop. It means I cannot even save an image captured on my iPhone 4S at its original resolution. If other apps can run layers and still save at higher resolutions why can't Adobe? For what purports to be a high end app, it is delivering low end images.
This is a great suggestion cjh! Some of our other users have asked for this improvement as well. You can add your vote for this suggestion as well as offer other suggestions in the Ideas section of this forum. Our product team is constantly looking at the Ideas list from our customers to determine the priority of new features and improvements.
Thanks for your feedback,
Thanks for the reply, there are photo editing apps out there that can comfortably handle at least 12 Megapixel images which is much more useful and why I won't be purchasing Touch until the resolution is upgraded and I am not alone as the same comments are popping up all over the net. Hopefully this will be remedied soon.
You should buy it anyhoo; it's not like Adobe's going to hoodwink you into buying another version that handles higher-resolution images. Might as well get acquainted with the app now and master its elements. (And if you're already familiar with Photoshop, you've got a good head start.)
Just my 2 cents.
Totally agree. This app badly needs higher res support - even if that means a restriction on how many layers are supported depending on resolution size. It's the only thing stopping me from buying this.I'm currently using Filterstorm, Photogene & Snapseed to process my dSLR images on my iPad 2 and saving out to full size for printing.When I can do the same with Photoshop Touch then it is an instant purchase.
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