Next time that you open a large photo in Photoshop you will need to resize it. This time make sure you click on the Image menu and select resize. Photoshop will then give you height and width options. Choose the one that you want to use. You can also use the fit to shape option to further boost your image size.
Try to resize the image to the background. Sometimes we want to change the width of the image to the height. In this case, change the width to the height optically.
If you change the width to the height optically, the width should be the same size of the image. If you keep the original size of the image but reduce the height by 1/3, not 1/2, the output will be a smaller height but the quality will not be compromised aesthetically.
For example, if you have a photo that has a width of 700 pixels and a height should be 600 pixels wide, you will have a width of 700 pixels and a height of 600 pixels. When you apply the fit-to-ride option on that image, the height will be decreased by 1/3.
If you load a large photo and when you try to save it, Photoshop affirms that the file is too large. You can adjust the file size by sliding on the right side of the bar at the bottom of the image. The adjustment doesn’t look like much at first but really speeds up the file.
When you open another document of the same file size, Photoshop says that the file is too large. You can change the file size by clicking on the right side of the bar at the bottom of the image. The adjustment doesn’t look like much at first but really speeds up the file. By clicking on the dimension you can see the exact size of the image.