How do you find the pixel size of your image?

Discussion in 'Portraits and Fashion' started by steve_vancosin, Jun 21, 2000.

  1. <IMG SRC="http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/w2705/ws19.jpg"
    WIDTH="200" HEIGHT="250">
    <P>I just guessed
     
  2. Pixel size, a few ways:

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    When scanning- pixel size = scanning dots per inch x image size

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    when editing-
    go to resample the image, and select pixels from the size list box.
    Don't resample it, just cancel out.

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    or file, document info.

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    on screen:- measure the image, multiply by pixels on screen/monitor
    size.

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    There you go.

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    ANdy
     
  3. [​IMG]
    The original image is 300×357 pixels. By specifying the WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes you force the browsers to re-scale your image. In this case you change the aspect ratio. See the image here for the un-changed size.
    As for finding the size you can load the image into Netscape (or IE) and right-click to select 'View Info'. Select the image from the list of page elements (if you have loaded the .jpg file directly, then that is the only element) and Netscape will show you the size.
     

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