Photoshop Help - Please!!


Royale-Graphics

Royale-Graphics

Member
#1
I hope this makes sense, i'm hoping someone can shed some light on what is going wrong.

I have a document in Photoshop which is made up of groups. There are 3 images on this document which are all the same size.

I am replacing one of the images everytime to create a number of different documents. I have resized my images to import so that they are the same size as the original images already on the document

(Hope your still with me :icon_confused:)

Anyway, when I add the new image to the document as a new layer, it is appearing larger than the original image that is being replaced?

Any ideas??

Thank you
 
Tom Sound

Tom Sound

Active Member
#2
is the resolution the same on both files? Or just the physical (image) size?

This will make a difference

Tom
 
Royale-Graphics

Royale-Graphics

Member
#3
Hi Tom,

The resolution is the same in both and also the image size in pixels is the same, thats why its so confusing as I can't see what is wrong???
 
Tom Sound

Tom Sound

Active Member
#4
That is Odd?!

A quick work around would be to set up some guides, place the replacement image and scale it to the guides.

Not a solution sorry, but a work around anyway :icon_smile:

anyone else?
 
Royale-Graphics

Royale-Graphics

Member
#5
Hi Tom,

Thanks for that, I'm sure its probably something I'm missing very strange though! :icon_smile:
 
Pixels Ink

Pixels Ink

Member
#6
Yeah, resolution would have been my first guess.

Stumped as to what could be cuasing the differing image sizes.
 
Stationery Direct

Stationery Direct

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Staff member
#7
I had a problem with PDF's not opening at the correct size once, opening them as a smart object seemed to sort it. Dunno if that is of any help:icon_dunno:, doubt it :icon_biggrin:
 
NeedForBleed

NeedForBleed

Member
#8
Try duplicating the group (just so you have the old one to line up to if need be), then click on the existing picture, then go to file/place. Choose your file and ensure that it is the desired filetype, ie. whatever you saved it as initially. Just another possible solution.
 
yogavenger

yogavenger

New Member
#9
That's a good one

I can't really think what else could be the problem.

The only thing I could suggest is to send the files for me (or anyone else) to look over. It's a lot easier to diagnose problems with the files…
 
Pixels Ink

Pixels Ink

Member
#10
Yeah, sometimes 10 pages of possible solutions can be ruled out just by someone looking at the actual file :)
 
yogavenger

yogavenger

New Member
#11
You know what would help?

The shared desktop – It's why they invented it.

Problems –*bringing people together :icon_biggrin:
 
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