Photoshop mobile: Ability to resize image/change DPI

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It would be awesome to be able to resize an image, change the dpi on my iPad Pro..
i make frequent submissions to magazines and having to log onto my desktop/laptop just to adjust the size and dpi is a little annoying.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Canvas infos, brush lag, filters.

Hi,
It would be good to have access to the project info, being able to resize it and change the dpi like desktop version.
The brush also got a annoying lag. This problem doesn’t happen in Procreate.
Would be great to have more filters like noise etc.
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Please add your vote to specific topic for lag https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/apple-pencil-lag and create a separate topic for adding noise. Thanks
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop Mobile: DPI scaler settings Panel.

I would suggest giving user the possibility to reduce or enlarge the UI size and elements? 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Resampling images in photoshop for ipad.

It would be great to be able resize and change the resolution of images in photoshop for iPad. It’s a really basic feature of most photo editing software.
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Andreas Amplatz

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resize and change the resolution of images in photoshop for iPad. It’s a really basic feature which is needed very often
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Wolfgang Jasper

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Yes- I would like to have the ability to resize an image on the IPad as well. 
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Peter Calderwood

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Yes this tool/feature is crucial to my workflow. Would be a useful addition.
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Martin Burrough

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The ability to resize an image is essential and would greatly enhance the app.

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Nurkan KAHRAMAN

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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop Mobile : Resize.

I have Photoshop Ipad Pro version on IOS but i can not resize my work before export. I feel sad, i have paid such money for advertisement on photoshop ipad. i bought and ipad pro to use everywhere but i can not resize my images.
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Dave Grainger

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"Paid such money for advertisement on photoshop iPad..."

???  Paid to whom? I am not aware of Adobe soliciting paid advertisements and Adobe does not make the iPad, Apple does.
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Dave Grainger

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I think people are expecting the full functionality of Photoshop and Lightroom on a device that is not big enough to support it. Photoshop is an ENORMOUS lot of code, tablets and phones do not have anywhere near the memory nor storage  that is available on a well equipped PC or Mac; that expectation is unrealistic. An analogy would be to spec out a fully equipped 40 foot Diesel Pusher RV but expect it to be no bulkier than a bicycle...
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Well, gee...I didn’t expect a phone that would let me do even 1/10000000000th of what my phone does today 20 , or even 10 , years ago. I remember when a computer took up a whole room and could only provide one function : keeping up with attendance numbers. So yes - with the changes I’ve seen, and the speed of it all changing once nanotechnology and whatever else is the technology today - I certainly will not be surprised when it reaches full and beyond desktop technology - at least on the iPad. What makes you think the evolution won’t continue ? I may not be paying attention to something else.
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Dave Grainger

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Perhaps. But, today's reality is what some of these posters are griping about. I was in the  "computer business" forty years and saw and participated in making all of that change take place.  What cannot happen is success with just wishing that EXISTING devices and EXISTING code can do everything we would be able to do on smaller devices....
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Ah. I see. I’ve been in and out of the biz of it for 40 yrs as well ( sold commodores, Franklins and Kaypros back in the day) and know that the changes came from users asking for it. : ) these days I have a hard time keeping up with the pace of innovation- so when I ask now it’s generally because I really don’t know what the full capability is anymore until I hit a roadblock - and I never assume it’s the software or system first - but me as an older user not knowing how to drive all the new machinery yet : ) - that’s why I ask ! And hey - maybe someone will see my question and see that many others asked and they will think “ hey - I bet we can build that in !” A girl can dream... thank you for your perspective on it all though. And have a good night. Stay safe in this crazy time.
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Dave Grainger

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Beth Jasper: I was initially in the finance arena including a few years as an analyst with a VC, then when the IBM product was launched, having been given a nice bonus for a project, left the corporate world and never looked back. I had an IT for Hire business, designing and installing networks with Novell Netware  for small to midsized businesses, many were CPAs or medical practices.  One of my employees bought the business after I had heart issues in 2003; so I left California and went to So Dakota and now am a happy photographer chasing wildlife, fooling around with Photoshop and occasionally fix "Broken Windows" for friends.

I have a lot of my photos on birdsbydave.com

Stay safe and be well!
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I will probably just give Affinity Photo a go. Apparently they can write software that will resample an image on an iPad. Affinity Designer is excellent.
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Resizing options, both for image and canvas are needed, along with actions are the things I really need to be able to truly do mobile photo work.  I can import RAW files to Lightroom on the iPad, edit them, get everything looking great, but doing my normal resize, watermark, export to web for upload to my web server really can’t be done without jumping through a lot of hoops.  
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Admittedly spoiled by Adobe’s ever-expanding platform options for PS variants and offshoots—but, yes, (nondestructive) canvas & image resize options a significant hole in the app. Back to desktop app for this type of work. For now.