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PHOTOSHOP How can I change the size of the pictures

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Open the picture in photoshop.
Click "Image" --> Image Size --> a dialog box will come out, put the size you want.
Then OK.

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1) Open the picture in Photoshop, Click on the LASSO tool or press "L",84c084e.jpg


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7) now the final step is Open any cool background image which you wan to put in the background of your pictures, Open it in photoshop, press Ctrl+A(select all command) and paste in the new canvas, make sure to drag the background layer in bottom of all layers, and transform if you want to change its size using ctrl+T,
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