Just enter the numbers themselves. This is only relevant if you enlarge the canvas. Pete Collins explains the image resizing improvements in Photoshop CC... Resampling options Photoshop CC. This means that 300 pixels from the width, and 300 pixels from the height, will print inside every inch of paper. It's easy. You may hold a 4" x 6" print up close, but you're more likely to stand a few feet back from a 24" x 36" or 30" x 40" poster. By default, the Interpolation option is set to Automatic , which lets Photoshop choose the one that will work best.
The default of Automatic is suitable for most tasks, but there are other choices available, which are better suited at things like enlarging images. When you're done, click the OK button and Photoshop will resize your image to the new dimensions you've specified. Click and drag a handle to start resizing the image. I simply changed the numbers in the Width and Height boxes to what I needed! One may need to reduce the size of an image because the resolution is too high for web, the file size is too large to e-mail, or only a small image is required for a printed piece.
So what does all of this mean?
Read More. We can already see the problem. Uncheck the Resample option, and then enter your new print size into the Width and Height fields.
What has changed this time is the actual size of the image, both in pixels and in megabytes. For example, choosing the topmost, center box, and then increasing the height using the previous options, will add data to the top of the image.
Underneath the Fit To option, you can choose from a series of predefined-image sizes.