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    Hi people !!!

    Lets say that I have one logo. I need it to print it on flag so I must have bigger image.

    Is possible to make bigger resolution of that logo in Photoshop?

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    yes change it through
    "image resize"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100% View Post
    yes change it through
    "image resize"
    Without bad pixels?
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    Great then

    OK, this is logo.



    I want it to make it more bigger. To fit on flag 1x1m aprox.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionic View Post
    Size in Pixels?
    4000px would be great or bigger if possible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Lindbergh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 100% View Post
    yes change it through
    "image resize"
    Without bad pixels?
    No. It's called 'destructive scaling' and it's just a part of resizing.

    No way around it.



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    Great Bionic, big thanx for you

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