Work through the folder list until you find the one containing your image. Select your image by left-clicking on it. Right-click on the image –> then left-click on copy –> right-click on a space in your folder –> you see a menu –> left-click paste. This makes a copy of your original image, on which you should continue (FastStone doesn’t allow you to undo changes, so this will preserve your original).
RESIZING YOUR IMAGE
Now left-click on your copy image –> left-click on the edit menu (top left) –> left-click on resize –> tick the ‘preserve aspect ratio’ –> click on print size and make it 72 –> click on pixels. The width needs to be 1920 or less and the height needs to be 1080 or less. When you change one the other will also change – try altering the width first to 1920. If the height is over 1080, overtype the height with 1080 (the width should now be reduced to below 1920) –> then click on ok.
RENAMING YOUR IMAGE
Right-click on your selected image –> Left-click on rename –> Overtype to replace the title –> Click ok. Confirm that you want to save your images, when requested.
RESIZING & RENAMING IN ELEMENTS 13
RESIZING IN ELEMENT 13
Open your image. Left-click on the image menu (top left) –> then left-click on resize/image size –> tick the three boxes at the bottom, and have bicubic selected –> click on resolution and overtype with 72. The width needs to be 1920 or less and the height needs to be 1080 or less. When you change one the other will also change – try overtyping the width first with 1920. If the height is over 1080, overtype the height with 1080 (the width should now be reduced to below 1920) –> then click on ok.
RENAMING & SAVING YOUR IMAGE IN ELEMENT 13
Left-click on the file menu, and click on save as –> make sure that the file type is jpeg –> overtype to replace the title –> click save –> on the next screen, move the slider to its maximum value, and click ok. By this method, Elements will make a new file, whilst leaving your original untouched.
RESIZING YOUR IMAGES USING FASTSTONE IMAGE VIEWER
RESIZING YOUR IMAGES USING ELEMENTS FOR PRINT
RESIZING YOUR IMAGES USING ELEMENTS FOR DIGITAL (WEB)