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Wed, Jul 18, 2018 6:31 PM

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amazon storefront title banner how to resize a photo to 3,000 by 600?

I am creating a storefront page on amazon. The title photo needs to have the dimensions of 3,000 by 600. I am trying to resize a photo on Lightroom classical cc. 

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2 years ago

Not sure how familiar you are with Lightroom, but the short explanation is -

Set a custom crop ratio of 30x6 and crop your image.


Then on Export, set the Image Sizing options as shown below - 

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2 years ago

Yes I did try this earlier and it did not work. The picture still has the same formatting. Any other recommendation?

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My original response is the short version, but there's really nothing more too it than that.

Can you be a little more specific regarding what you're doing?  What are the exact steps you're taking and what are the dimensions of the exported image?

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What do you mean when you say the picture still has the same formatting? Were you able to actually crop it to the correct aspect ratio?

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I am not trying to crop the imagine. I want to resize it, the original photo is 3024 by 2577 pixels. I need the image to have a pixel size of 3,000 by 600.

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The photo when I go to upload the picture it is still too large for the parameters set on the amazon storefront page. The hero imagine can only be 3,000 by 600. So I am wanting to keep the image the same but essentially shrink it so it will fit without cropping out parts of the photo.

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The first thing you have to do is crop the image to the correct aspect ratio. At this point, the exact size of the finished exported image doesn't matter. The aspect ratio is all the matters. All you need to do is specify an aspect ratio of 30:6. And then crop the image the way you want it to look. Then, When you set your export parameters, either set the long edge to be 3000 pixels or the short edge to be 600 pixels and then export the image and it should come out the way you are expecting it.

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2 years ago

On a side note will lightroom CC or photoshop CC have more features?

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Does a hammer or a screwdriver have more features?  Neither, really.  They're different tools for different jobs.  You could use a screwdriver to drive in a nail, but a hammer would probably work better.  Same goes for Lightroom Classic CC & Photoshop...there's some overlap, but they're still different tools for different jobs.

If you're looking for comparisons, I'd recommend doing a little Googling.  There are tons of articles and explanations out there that will be far better than anything I'd post here.

And be careful with your Lightroom terminology.  The naming is confusing, but Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC are actually different products with different functionality.

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I understand well then is there a way to get a combination package with classic and photoshop?

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