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GIMP » 06.09.2011 » by Pippi2011
If there are some things or people we don't want to be on the photograph, we can just cut it out. And if the photograph is too large or too small, we can resize it. I will show you how to crop and resize photo with Gimp.
Adobe Flash » 15.02.2010 » by ilike2flash
In this Flash tutorial you will learn how to create a banner resizer effect in Actionscript 3. This effect increase the size of the banner when the mouse is over, and restore the orginal size when the mouse is off.
Adobe Photoshop » 08.02.2009 » by gearup
NAPP instructor Matt Kloskowski shows how to use Photoshop CS3 to take the guesswork out of resizing tasks.
Adobe Flash » 15.01.2009 » by oman3d
This tutorial will teach you the very basic concepts for creating fluid layouts in Flash AS3.
Adobe Photoshop » 04.11.2008 » by gearup
This is a tutorial for Photoshop beginners and demonstrates resizing an image.
Adobe Photoshop » 09.10.2008 » by oman3d
Learn how to save time and resize an unlimited number of images with a single command in Photoshop CS3.
PHP » 27.07.2008 » by gearup
Have you ever needed a simple script to automatically resize your uploaded images in PHP?
Adobe Photoshop » 27.05.2008 » by who
If you have lots of images you want to resize Photoshop can take care of it for you. Using Actions and Automate you can do it once then put your feet up. Here's how it works.
GIMP » 29.04.2008 » by gearup
Add a cool fade effect to a photo using GIMP.
Adobe Photoshop » 09.04.2008 » by who
Possibly one of the most confusing aspects of dealing with digital imagery is resolution-specifically, what it really is and how changing it affects an image...