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M: Photoshop Mobile: Does Photoshop on iPad support DPI modification?

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Nov 06, 2019

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Hi to all!

Just opened Photoshop on iPad and it feels pretty good to play around using the Apple pen.

I am working with a client who insists on receiving the JPEG I send them set to a particular size and particular DPI. The crop tool allows to control the size of the image, but is there a way to check out and change the DPI within the app? If not, is there any other way I could modify the DPI setting with some other app once I have exported the JPEG? I know Lightroom doesn't do that either.

Also, is it possible to change the setting of the crop tool so that it displays the size in something else than just pixels?

Thanks!

The first versions of Photoshop for the iPad do not support image size control, but you can vote for the topic here:

Photoshop mobile: Ability to resize image

 

As a work around for now:

If you want to resize a photo, you can create a new document with your specifications and then import a photo into it.

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M: Photoshop Mobile: Does Photoshop on iPad support DPI modification?

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Hi to all!

Just opened Photoshop on iPad and it feels pretty good to play around using the Apple pen.

I am working with a client who insists on receiving the JPEG I send them set to a particular size and particular DPI. The crop tool allows to control the size of the image, but is there a way to check out and change the DPI within the app? If not, is there any other way I could modify the DPI setting with some other app once I have exported the JPEG? I know Lightroom doesn't do that either.

Also, is it possible to change the setting of the crop tool so that it displays the size in something else than just pixels?

Thanks!

The first versions of Photoshop for the iPad do not support image size control, but you can vote for the topic here:

Photoshop mobile: Ability to resize image

 

As a work around for now:

If you want to resize a photo, you can create a new document with your specifications and then import a photo into it.

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Nov 04, 2019

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I've been combing through user guides and tutorials on how to resize images in photoshop for iPad and I can't seem to find it. Is this not a feature ?

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 04, 2019

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Hi there,

 

You can resize an image on Photoshop for the iPad. Please checkout this section "Transform objects" in the user guide:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/transforming-objects.html

 

Let us know if that helps.

 

Thanks,

Akash

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Hello Akash,

 

 Thank you for the response however ,the link you sent was for desktop photoshop . I guess what I'm trying to do on the iPad version of photoshop is have the ability to change the resolution and dpi of an image after I set it. In desktop photoshop it's a simple sub menu under the image tab but I can't seem to find it in the iPad version. Thanks again for your help 

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Hi,

 

I am trying to do the same thing. Simple resizing of an image to a specific pixel width and heigth. It is very simple in PS Desktop under the image menu option. Any help here?

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Hi. 
How do I access document settings for an existing document. Is there a way of changing canvas size or to just view the document size properties etc?

 

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New Here ,
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I have found that pixel dimesions appear in the crop tool, but these are not possibe to edit accurately. Nor does this show it in mm or inches. or does it show any colour profile info.

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No, unfortunately there is no way to resize an existing document in Photoshop for the iPad currently.

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Hi there,

 

Photoshop for the iPad does not have the support for image size controlling yet.

 

Feel free to share all kind of thoughts and feedback on our Feedback community so that our Enginers can look into it: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop_mobile

 

Thanks,

Akash

 

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 10, 2019

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Hello,

 

I would like to resize an image to exact demensions like you can in the Image\Resize Image in the Desktop version of Photoshop. Is this possible in Photoshop for IPad?

 

Thank you,

 

Mark

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Mark, as you seems to already know, you can't resize a picture into Adobe Photoshop for iPad...

a matter of facts, you can't do especially much in PS for iPad... Almost everything that makes Photoshop great on desktop is missing in the iPad version...

 

If you really wants an substitution to PS on iPad, go for Affinity Photo! Just now only 10 bucks on AppStore (one time fee)...

Look into this table that compairs Affinity Photo to Photoshop, both iPad version:

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The first versions of Photoshop for the iPad do not support image size control, but you can vote for the topic here:

Photoshop mobile: Ability to resize image

 

As a work around for now:

If you want to resize a photo, you can create a new document with your specifications and then import a photo into it.

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