3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2012 8:28 AM by Curt Y

    Photoshop CS6 Crop

    Sam Roberts1

      Whenever I create a preset crop and then apply that preset to crop down an image, ie make image smaller than it is, although the physical measurements of the image reduce to the specified size, the pixel dimensions grow by almost 2.5X on both axis. This results in a larger file size than should be the case. How can I resolve this, without using the perspective crop which I have been doing as a work around?

       

      Any solutions appreciated.