For the smaller web photo, click File > Save As, and enter a filename. Click the arrow beside the Format box. Scroll down to the JPG format, click once — the filename changes from .PSD to .JPG — then click Save. In the JPEG Options dialog box, under Image Options, enter a number between 0 and 12 to determine the file size and image quality of this JPG. Enter 8, 9, or 10 for a good balance between quality and file size.
Tune in next week for how to remove busy backgrounds from photos and replace with a professional, custom-textured canvas.
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