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Thu, Dec 28, 2017 3:35 PM

how to cut a large image in pieces in photoshop cc without exporting to web

Is there a way to cut up a large image in various different sized rectangles - per say - and saving each individually but keeping original resolution (not for web).
Unfortunatly it seems that the slice tool will only work with export to web.
Any suggestion most welcomed. Am using Photoshop CC 2018
Thanks

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3 years ago

Best, use WeTransfer to do that... free it goes put to 2gb

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thanks, but this is not the issue!
I want to save multiple images from one original image - maintaining high quality resolution

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3 years ago

just curios, 
why would you  like to do that?

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3 years ago

to print and mount separetly but without loosing any pixels

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I know it is exist some plugin or program to do that,..unfortunately not remember where ,   let you know if I find something.
Meanwhile I will use a rectangle selection in combination reverse selection,...you shouldn't  loose no pixels.
Our printer doing that automatically, by "nesting " large images. It is Durst Thea, printing on photographic paper.

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thanks, I have been looking for a plugin: but none working..
Actually I do need to save the images individually

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If you select it and do from menu Image/crop, save it , then undo, reverse selection .....should work

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Just do it manually using guides, selections and copy/paste. Also, most printers will auto-tile a print if it's too large for the paper...

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