|I goofed!! I worked so long and hard on my photo as a painting photo, and as I was putting the finishing touches on it yesterday, it sickened me to realized that I made a mistake.
I had been saving as I went along.
I usually make the mistake of resizing to 800 pixels, and then I keep tweaking things, and before too long, I can't go back and undo, because I've done too many commands since the resize.
I was NOT going to let it happen on my painting! I was so very careful. I saved frequently. I resized frequently, because it looked so different small than the beautiful full sized creation. Then one time I decided to see what an effect looked like applied at 1200 pixels and then resized down to 800...
I resized to 1200, did some work, resized to 800. Remembered to not do anymore work after the 800 resize. Undid the resize, saved and went on my merry way.
An hour an a half later -- I realized my work was 1200 pixels, and I wanted to cry.
So I'm stuck at 1200 pixels.
I want to print out an 8x10.
At 240 pixels/inch resolution, it thinks I can print out a 3x5.
I'm going to print out an 8x10 anyway. What's my best chance of not throwing up when I see the print? Do I "resample image"? Do I print at a lower resolution?
I hardly ever print anything, so I have no idea what the best way of handling this is -- any input would be greatly appreciated.
It's there on my screen looking all pretty. Why can't it remember it big??