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hello my name is luis estrada and im a software developer in this video ill show you how to resize a jpeg image im using docHub photoshop cs2 photoshop is a registered trademark of docHub a company to which i have no affiliation with the new digital cameras you can get very high quality pictures that look great on your computer however as the image resolution increases so does the file size for example i have this car image at a resolution of 1 600 pixels width by 1200 pixels height file size is over one megabyte if you want to upload a dozen of these pictures to a website or send them to an email it is going to take me a lot of time to do so a good alternative is to make this jpeg image smaller right click on the image and select open with docHub photoshop you can control the image zoom label by using the navigator palette drag the bar left to decrease the zoom level or right to increase it to make the image smaller right click on top of the window and select image size now you can s