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The size of the data file is small, so the quality is bad.

Apr 05, 2020

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My friend said that the size of the file I sent her is small and the quality of the picture is very bad. So the file size is small even though I sent the original without correction. What's the problem?

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My friend said that the size of the file I sent her is small and the quality of the picture is very bad. So the file size is small even though I sent the original without correction. What's the problem?

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Hi

Which Adobe application do you have a question about?

Jane

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It's photoshop

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Hi
Since your question is about Photoshop, I have moved this from the "Get Started" forum for you.

 

In addition to knowing the Image Size in Photoshop, what settings did you use for Image Size in your email application?

 

And it you saved the image as a jpeg, what settings did you use? Do you still have the original?

 

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~ Jane

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Well what were, are, the settings you used in PS?

What is the size of the original image file in MBs?

What is the Pixel dimensions of the original file?

 

Going to need more info to help you.

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What device was used to capture the image -- a phone, digital camera, scanner, video camera, etc?

What resolution settings were used to capture the image?

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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