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PPI is Imaginary! PPI vs DPI vs Resolution

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  • Does changing the PPI really increase or decrease the image quality? How is DPI different from PPI? What actually is Resolution? In this lesson, we will answer all these questions, understand the difference between PPI, DPI, and Resolution, and delve deeper into what they actually mean with the help of fun examples, experiments, and a little bit of math. I hope you enjoy this video. Thank you so much for watching :)
    ► TIMESTAMPS:
    00:00 Why PPI Doesn't Make Sense?
    03:19 What is Pixel?
    04:09 Cameras and Resolution
    05:52 What is the Length of a Pixel?
    07:02 Is PPI Imaginary?
    08:14 When PPI Makes Complete Sense
    12:15 What is DPI?
    12:58 Why Experiments are Important
    13:36 Further Reading
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ความคิดเห็น • 867

  • @cdmcfall
    @cdmcfall 2 ปีที่แล้ว +46

    THANK YOU!!! I worked at a print shop with a woman once who refused to print a 4800x3000 personal photo because it was saved as a JPG at 72 ppi. She yelled at the customer who could not provide her with a higher resolution file, "Do you not understand? I can only print if it's a 300 ppi TIFF!" I opened the image that the customer sent, changed the image size from 4800x3000@72 ppi to 2400x1500@300 ppi (the final output size was 8x5 inches), changed the color mode to CMYK, and saved the file as a TIFF. I sent it to her and she printed it without question even though she had less data than the original. She asked me over and over how I managed to find a "higher resolution" personal photo of our customer, as if I broke into her computer or something.

    • @petertrudelljr
      @petertrudelljr 2 ปีที่แล้ว +11

      I had the opposite problems... customers would bring me images on their phones and want them printed large, then complain about how jagged they were. I was constantly having to tell people that the 12mp image they had could not be blown up to 24x36 and retain its sharpness. 24MP was the minimum I'd recommend for a 24x36 (about 168ppi) poster.

    • @bubbles581
      @bubbles581 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      I own an art reproduction print shop and e planning dpi and ppi and such to new employees and clients can be quite a challenge sometimes!

    • @Daniel_WR_Hart
      @Daniel_WR_Hart ปีที่แล้ว +4

      You should take a tall thin glass of water and pour it into a short wide glass, then ask her if some of the water disappeared

    • @cdmcfall
      @cdmcfall ปีที่แล้ว

      @Octagian I'm 47 myself, so I'm not sure I appreciate your insinuation 😂. This was back around 2000-2001, and she was maybe 30 then. She's probably mid-50s now.

    • @mindybluephotography
      @mindybluephotography 3 หลายเดือนก่อน

      oh, my brain!

  • @evanmavros6555
    @evanmavros6555 2 ปีที่แล้ว +237

    The visuals along with the context is outstanding. Your educational abilities are off the charts. You are a fery rare human being Unmesh!

  • @eddiemin4312
    @eddiemin4312 2 ปีที่แล้ว +75

    Reminds of a vendor I dealt with once for a digital ad. Their designer called me to tell me that I needed to resubmit the art because it needed to be 300x600 at 300dpi. It was indeed 300x600 but I couldn’t get why dpi mattered. So I asked if they’re planning on printing it because that’s too small for print regardless and he said “no, it’s for online only”. I figured it’s pointless trying to explain so I just went into photoshop and changed the dpi from 72 to 300 and sent it back. My younger self would have wasted the next 20+ minutes arguing my point but I had enough experience by that point to know better lol.

    • @InteractiveDNA
      @InteractiveDNA 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      300dpi did not matter at all. What matters is the resolution. This today still a huge problem with people. That’s why you should never never ask for dpi or dpi or you will endup with a low resolution image or logo stretch to fit inside a big box. Always ask for resolution.

    • @muffemod
      @muffemod 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      Same situation for me. So many people in the world don't grasp simple and naturally intuitive mathematical and logical concepts.

    • @jimdavies
      @jimdavies 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Whilst I would normally totally agree with you, in desktop publishing dpi is represented in the digital file and is used to save someone from having to change the resolution (a 2 second job) but they always ask for x-dpi . Took me a while to get that but if you look at something like Adobe's in-design and import an image at 300ppi and one at 72ppi they're actually displayed at print size, this is completely different to photoshop that would show both as identical images

    • @realMDizzy
      @realMDizzy 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      YES!!! Print people don't get it, they get fixated on dpi but disregard the size multiplier!!! I don't get how they don't get it!

    • @realMDizzy
      @realMDizzy 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jimdavies I get what you are saying because it would throw the scaling off in a print layout program. BUT in my experience it was happening just when someone needed an asset from me to use on some social media piece. I have to tell them the assets are plenty big enough.

  • @austinross9292
    @austinross9292 2 ปีที่แล้ว +8

    This brought me back to school so quickly! We had a similar debate in class on ppi and resolution. It gave me a better understanding of using a seemingly irrelevant data metric as a tool in my belt to use when determining photo quality when needing to print the final result. Your content is great Unmesh and thank you for reviving my interest in this field! Also, your videos got me to finally budge and buy a graphics tablet... I couldn’t be happier :)

  • @rainmakr3595
    @rainmakr3595 2 ปีที่แล้ว +78

    8:20 is the key part of this video. PPI is a physical measurement and is (should be) used in hardware specs. Monitor spec sheets used to indicate the PPI. Maybe they still do. Most of the time these days you only hear monitors referred to as a 2k, 4K or 8K display (or whatever) and you are left to do the math on your own.
    Back in the day, PPI *did* matter in web design as some browsers would display images based on the PPI/DPI and not based on the length & width specified in the code which sometimes threw off the page layout.. For VGA (or was it SVGA?) monitors, 72 DPI/PPI was the norm. It would also cause issues when printing a raw image file (right-click & print). Then the printer would print at whatever PPI or DPI was specified.
    The only time PPI matters in Photoshop is when exporting and specifying length & width in a physical measurement (ie. inches). That's when PPI might need to be specified. Anymore, though, it's standard practice to export the full, high-resolution document and let the output device or publishing software (be it to print or screen) do the conversion.

    • @derekdammann6417
      @derekdammann6417 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      There was never a time when ppi ever mattered to the web. 72 was never any norm.

    • @poppypalais3108
      @poppypalais3108 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@derekdammann6417 It's the default setting in Photoshop/Image Size, as in many other gfx programs. Seems to have been, and still is, some kind of norm.

    • @jimdavies
      @jimdavies 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      Yes it's not really a norm. But it was incorrectly used as a norm if that's making sense. 72dpi was always a myth.

    • @jimdavies
      @jimdavies 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      Actually back in the day it didn't matter. Ppi has never had any effect on the digital image. What people did was change the ppi so that 1 inch on screen would replicate 1 inch of print. Ppi sets the print size so when you change ppi all you are doing is changing print size. You don't change the image size.
      72dpi is actually a myth...... it was used incorrectly. Its never really been a norm.
      Printers print doors so dpi is only relevant to printers.
      Ppi sets your print size.
      Ppi = Pixels / print size
      It's a simple conversion
      Dpi is different as that's set at printer level (in the printer driver usually)
      Not in photoshop

    • @poppypalais3108
      @poppypalais3108 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@jimdavies But if you set your ppi lower than the dpi, won't you end up printing out a blocky image?

  • @user-rl8eu7kt1r
    @user-rl8eu7kt1r 9 หลายเดือนก่อน

    wow I got to say, after watching HOURS of TH-cam tutorials. Your are by far the best in terms of getting straight to the point and giving us viewers what we want. this actually taught me something within the first minute, THANK YOU!!

  • @Refract3d
    @Refract3d 2 ปีที่แล้ว +143

    Thank you for explaining this. I feel like I've been explaining this to people for 20 years when they talk about PPI incoherently. I feel like at some point this was explained to people incorrectly, and it was never 'corrected' for them. Asking for a 300 dpi image when i send them a 72 dpi image.. because they wanted a higher resolution - but the funny part is, they weren't printing it. they were asking for the wrong thing! they just wanted more pixels in the end.

    • @geort45
      @geort45 2 ปีที่แล้ว +5

      Yup, totally idiotic... reminds me of a time when doing a webpage, the client was asking what PPI was I using for the images...

    • @Refract3d
      @Refract3d 2 ปีที่แล้ว +8

      @@geort45 Ha, yep.. i often used the analogy, of saying "saying this image on a website (all digital) is 72 PPI is the same as saying my room is 12 inches per foot, then asking them, how big is my room?" they were confused, and i said "exactly! so when you ask for that same image in 300 PPI to put on the website, it's completely meaningless unless you're going to print it.

    • @eddiemin4312
      @eddiemin4312 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      I’ve had similar experiences. When they ask for specific dimension in pixels @ 300 dpi, lol really?

    • @vikasnikalje6229
      @vikasnikalje6229 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      I also faced this issue and Just sent files by changing 72 to 300 in image size just to show it in image description ( as clients just want to see it and have no knowledge of quality )

    • @vikasnikalje6229
      @vikasnikalje6229 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      I also faced this issue and Just sent files by changing 72 to 300 in image size just to show it in image description ( as clients just want to see it and have no knowledge of quality )

  • @HNTAutumnleaf
    @HNTAutumnleaf 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    How is he so good in explaining stuff? My teachers always seem to make it look, like the most unreachable thing to achieve. But here he is, the calm and explaining perfectly.

  • @Z-Diode
    @Z-Diode 2 ปีที่แล้ว +83

    Some theoretical lessons now and then are always welcome to complement your outstanding practical lessons. 🤓

  • @marvelchuruk7052
    @marvelchuruk7052 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Its always astonishing how subjects that I struggled with to understand for a time, are CRYSTAL clear in the first minute of your video....you have a gift to teach!! Thank you!

  • @phyllishofberg454
    @phyllishofberg454 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Where have you been all my life! Thank you (as always) for your clairity, relevance, and, in this case, hand-drawn visual aids (and I'm not even kidding).

  • @AmaSharapova
    @AmaSharapova 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    OMG. This is the best video I have seen in my life. I never understood the ppi and gave up on it))) But you have changed it all for me! Thank you! Amazing job.

  • @thahrimdon
    @thahrimdon 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    God dang I love this guy, straight to the point, concise, and very eloquent. Couldn’t like or subscribe fast enough! Thanks man!

  • @doronletzter
    @doronletzter 2 ปีที่แล้ว +12

    What a great explanation! So many people, mostly graphic designers, are getting confused about it.

    • @doronletzter
      @doronletzter 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      @@strixcz Just yesterday I've been asked by a graphic designer to send the pictures I took for a campaign in 300DPI (they didn't care about the resolution) and in a vector format 🤦🏻‍♂️
      And it's not the first neither the second time I've heard it..

  • @captaincrispy2184
    @captaincrispy2184 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I'm not a Graphic Designer or Photoshop Professional but I STILL consider this channel to be one of the best there are. Outstanding every time!

  • @Aphelia.
    @Aphelia. 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Soothing voice, no distracting music, gorgeous brows and very informative. 10/10. subbed

  • @Crlarl
    @Crlarl 2 ปีที่แล้ว +35

    I get your general point but I take issue with one aspect: There is always a physical property to resolution. Unless you plug your brain into your computer directly, you have to convert pixels into linear dimensions. Whether you're viewing the image on a phone, monitor, projector, paper, anything at all, it now has spatial dimensions. Likewise, taking an image also has spatial dimensions with a scanner or camera. Inside a computer, these numbers are arbitrary but when they get rendered to the user, it becomes fixed. Maybe it's more helpful to think of pixels as "dimensionless units" much like degrees or radians.

    • @AdrianvanWijk
      @AdrianvanWijk 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      Technically you're correct but being correct doesn't help when you need a 1000px x 1000px image at 72 DPI (the DPI should be considered irreverent) it's frustrating when the designer gives you a 240px x 240px images because they down samples a 300 DPI 1000px x 1000px file to be 72 DPI not realizing that the "physical property" is irrelevant in a digital environment where pixels are displayed 1:1.

    • @jaydeeptaank1049
      @jaydeeptaank1049 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@AdrianvanWijk Absolutely Adrain, all these are matters when it is practiced for viewing. The more dpi/ ppi the more detail one can add. But our eyes are limited to a certain limit for viewing details. Beyond this level we cannot differentiate the individual unit whether it is in digital form or in printed form. Therefore it is better to use the appropriate density of Pixels or Dots.

  • @RealButcher
    @RealButcher 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Wow, finally someone who gets to the point right from the start! Well done.
    And thanks for this explanation.

  • @saltedjazza
    @saltedjazza 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Unmesh you are incredible! This is easily one of the most informative channels on TH-cam or perhaps even one of the most informative sources anywhere on the internet! You are a legend sir.

  • @10ON10
    @10ON10 2 ปีที่แล้ว +135

    *I think this is an important lesson for photoshop, I once had to get a flex board printed for one of my business, I sent the image to the agency in high ppi but not very huge size in inches, the agency person asked for higher size again and again, in the end as the image in high dpi and full inches had the size of 1 GB or something I simply decreased the ppi and increased the size in inches, was thankful it was okay...*

    • @rochendlywouters9113
      @rochendlywouters9113 2 ปีที่แล้ว +13

      Anything bigger then A2 should not be 300ppi

    • @SmallSpoonBrigade
      @SmallSpoonBrigade 2 ปีที่แล้ว +9

      @@rochendlywouters9113 Depends what you're doing, but generally you're correct. I scan at 600ppi most of the time so that when I throw out 3/4 of the pixels I've still got a decent resolution. Sometimes I'll go as high as 1200ppi if I've got a more important image, more image information or there's more noise to contend with. But, 300dpi at that size is frequently more than you'd need or have use for.

    • @rochendlywouters9113
      @rochendlywouters9113 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@constantinosschinas4503 read it again, you should know that dpi and ppi are not the same i said ppi

    • @SteveWhiteDallas
      @SteveWhiteDallas 2 ปีที่แล้ว +4

      Tell me if I'm wrong. My understanding is that pixels only matter on a computer (digital rendering.) Printers don't print pixels. They print dots. That means on a computer, you cannot draw a true arch, but only "stairsteps." A printer though, can print a true arch if there are enough dots per inch because each dot's location is measured from a reference point ("x" dots left or right and "y" dots up or down) with each dot, a different numerical value is assigned to x and y and the count always begins at the reference point. That's like G Code without the "z" axis.

    • @omegaman7377
      @omegaman7377 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@rochendlywouters9113 Even for A2, 300ppi is low, unless you got a low quality printer.

  • @tommynikon2283
    @tommynikon2283 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    That explosion you heard was my brain; again. Fantastic digital lesson; ANOTHER thing I learned from a Master practitioner. Thankyou.

  • @metrixc
    @metrixc 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great video. The content is as always of high quality. The mix of theory and practical lessons are great. Thank you.

  • @the-birdman-of-panama
    @the-birdman-of-panama 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I have been blessed with a TON of teachers on TH-cam. Unmesh, you are the best of them all.

  • @ryandxter
    @ryandxter 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Am half dead explaining this everytime to a new photographer staff, all of your content are most fundamental knowledge to newbie if want to become professional photo / editor, but mostly deny to learn very basic thing!
    thanks mate made my life simpler

  • @aandrep007
    @aandrep007 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Thank you Unmesh. Every once in a while I try to explain this to someone and I always get a look like i’m explaining quantum physics. You just made it so easy to understand! Great teaching!!!! 😅

  • @aominedaiki989
    @aominedaiki989 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Unmesh, you're one of a kind Photoshop Wizard who knows specifics about his work. Kudos man

  • @jcjackman9915
    @jcjackman9915 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I started following you 4 days ago and I can't believe the amount of information I've been learning from you....Love From The Philippines ❤️❤️❤️

  • @almost_harmless
    @almost_harmless 2 ปีที่แล้ว +23

    Perfectly explained.
    As far as I can tell, the confusion often (not always) stems from what printers ask of a customer (who is not into graphics) for e.g. an A4 with a 300 dpi image, who then asks their web designer or digital artist (who often, not always, have no clue about printing) who then argues that the resolution they have used is good enough, citing pixels. The client get confused by the words and demands and that confusion and frustration then seeps back into the mind of both those that print and digital only artists, who both then think everyone else is a moron. I was a client before I was a digital artist, and then I worked in printing. I have seen it all...

    • @freedonx
      @freedonx ปีที่แล้ว

      I had the same experience! One of my employees is the design expert and we wanted to print some cards and the printer business kept saying the file wouldn't work

  • @keithcurtis
    @keithcurtis 2 ปีที่แล้ว +7

    Thank you. I have to explain this to folks about once a month. Most of my background is in digital pre-press and getting across the idea that there is no such thing as an "inch" in digital graphics can be maddening.

  • @vembriarta471
    @vembriarta471 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Im having hard time deciding ppi yesterday and this suddenly come to my recommendation today, it helps so much thank you !

  • @maxlim8049
    @maxlim8049 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Thanks for sharing this! There are so many graphic design professionals who dont even understand this very basic concept.

  • @samworth9310
    @samworth9310 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    jesus christ! FINALLY - someone that actually explains it well. all those other tutorials - i kept saying "that doesn't even make sense." they forget to emphasize the physical-digital aspect of all of this.

  • @EricAtRandom
    @EricAtRandom 2 ปีที่แล้ว +9

    The PPI is used in printing. The idea is if you draw a 1-inch square in Photoshop, it prints 1 inch wide on paper when not scaled. The moment you scale an image to fit a page during printing, PPI becomes irrelevant once again.
    But if you were printing a template for drilling screw holes to mount a power strip on the wall, for example, you want the scale to be precise. One inch on the screen must equal one inch in the print.

  • @jcscobucci
    @jcscobucci 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    The best explanation video about resolution I have seen to these days. Thank you Unmesh!

  • @patogli
    @patogli 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Unmesh I have been following your tutorials for a long time and I have learned a lot. The NY image is used in may other PS and design channels. You don't need to say that you "traveled" your content is awesome in itself. Just keep doing what you are doing.

  • @harivijayvenkatesan6468
    @harivijayvenkatesan6468 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I'm just waiting for a very long time for this. Great explanation ☺️

  • @ratnesh8297
    @ratnesh8297 2 ปีที่แล้ว +76

    can please do illustrator tutorials. your tutorials are great and on point.

    • @YashJain0702
      @YashJain0702 2 ปีที่แล้ว +2

      I think he is not a illustrator guy

    • @ratnesh8297
      @ratnesh8297 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@YashJain0702 do you know any, if yes then please suggest some.

    • @YashJain0702
      @YashJain0702 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

      @@ratnesh8297 design academy

    • @ratnesh8297
      @ratnesh8297 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      @@YashJain0702 thank you yash

    • @slykhajiit2
      @slykhajiit2 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

      @@YashJain0702 I said the same thing about Unmesh and Adobe Premiere. Surely enough, he replied he was just getting ready to master it enough that he's comfortable to teach it already. It's not impossible.

  • @sirekay4292
    @sirekay4292 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great video and as always amazing enlightening content. Thanks Unmesh.
    I recently discovered some mix ups with image resolution and size I was working with due to computer speed and image size which I found a remedy for but this video makes me understand what I was doing better.

  • @johannesmyllymaki
    @johannesmyllymaki 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    This was THE best explanation of these things that I've heard. big thanks!! 👏

  • @ensarokumus9351
    @ensarokumus9351 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Unmesh, you are the best teacher I've ever seen. This video is so well done and under 15 mins, it's unbelievable. Answered all of my questions.

  • @MirpurTV
    @MirpurTV 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    u make it so easy to understand. used your video to make a client understand DPI , PPI, Resolution. thanx

  • @khandimahn9687
    @khandimahn9687 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    As someone who works with printing, knowing the definitions and how these relate to each other is very important.

  • @BastianHyldahlFilms
    @BastianHyldahlFilms 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Summary: If you arent going to print anything, dont worry about PPI. And DPI has nothing to do with anything digital, only the printers capability.
    Great video my guy!

  • @cutitas85
    @cutitas85 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Ty man this give me a good understanding of dpi for my co2 laser, as i was strugle with it when i needed to engrave pictures... very good keep it up

  • @brandonfoy9583
    @brandonfoy9583 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you So Much for this! I really needed this to fully understand resolution better, I had no idea about this.

  • @nicoloco1971
    @nicoloco1971 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I'm teaching technical aspects of design to future professionnal designers, and i must say that your channel is of great inspiration for my courses.

  • @Davroz71
    @Davroz71 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Really well explained , keep up the good work its appreciated.

  • @imtiyazahmed4498
    @imtiyazahmed4498 ปีที่แล้ว

    You are amazing..❤❤❤
    Another complicated issue with so simplified manner...... Thanks and be continue,👍👍👍👍

  • @samilazhar8197
    @samilazhar8197 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    So streamlined tutorial , I struggled to explain PPI to my friends , well done sir !

  • @jessepender5239
    @jessepender5239 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    From your hair to the content you're presenting everything is top notch!

  • @MiguelJDC
    @MiguelJDC 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Exceptional indeed! Thanks Unmesh.

  • @dukepham
    @dukepham 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    You are gonna be the first one in the world explained PPI like this. Super smart. Sometime artistes need to forget art and use math to understand what they are doing.

  • @eddybollen3516
    @eddybollen3516 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great explanation, finally I understand the difference. Thank you!

  • @stellaq3306
    @stellaq3306 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Such a long time largely misunderstood subject which can take some time to wrap one’s mind around fully.
    Unmesh, you are a gifted, wonderful teacher. This should be in every GD course curriculum. Perfect explanation & excellent smooth production.
    10/10 my friend. 🇦🇺🦋👍

  • @khizarammar2806
    @khizarammar2806 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    i was waiting for your video on this topic ..
    what a expalination
    what a video
    thank you so much.

  • @cbttrainer
    @cbttrainer 7 หลายเดือนก่อน

    Brilliant - you made it easy to understand. Thanks

  • @sadesign4390
    @sadesign4390 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I am forever grateful for these sessions

  • @chivalries344
    @chivalries344 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Wow man, up until around 8:20 I was screaming at you through my phone. "Print duuuude, PRIIIIIIIINT!!" 🤣

  • @thewholeninemedia
    @thewholeninemedia 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Bro I halfway fell asleep to this, great explanation but your voice is so soothing 😂😂😂 great work thank you

  • @sivlyte2892
    @sivlyte2892 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    It's amazing, i was so confused about all this Thank you for the explanation.

  • @QuangNguyen-md8ky
    @QuangNguyen-md8ky 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Perfectly and coherently explained. Thanks

  • @EduardodeRegules
    @EduardodeRegules 2 ปีที่แล้ว +1

    Brilliant as always! 🙌 But how in the world do you photoshop your perfect hair?? 😅👍 Keep up the excellent work.

  • @giuliomoura9515
    @giuliomoura9515 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    What an amazing class! Awesome video!

  • @Johnnymahon218
    @Johnnymahon218 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very professional and educational. Great refresher always.

  • @renderdriver
    @renderdriver 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Amazing video! Really helpful 😃

  • @design4nyone793
    @design4nyone793 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    You are such a great teacher. It is easy to understand and fun to watch

  • @Harrun
    @Harrun 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you so much, your videos are always interesting and always have something new to learn.

  • @atindrabiswasDP
    @atindrabiswasDP 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    This video was needed, thanks mate.❤

  • @williamhenry3567
    @williamhenry3567 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Please help me I have just purchased photoshop 2022 but can not download nueral filters it has grey area am I doing something wrong.

  • @jacekdz7115
    @jacekdz7115 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Well done, this is educational yet cool and funny way of explaining the difference.

  • @bala1000mina
    @bala1000mina 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Genius Unmesh! Amazing tutorial! God bless you man!

  • @annezarzycki6240
    @annezarzycki6240 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Wow! Thanks for clearing that up.

  • @jonfletcher147
    @jonfletcher147 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great and informative! Thanks 😎😎

  • @sandippawar6193
    @sandippawar6193 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Excellent informative video again Unmesh!

  • @peterdavis9403
    @peterdavis9403 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Great explanation in the first half and I was about to stop watching to complain that you missed something, when you did the physical paper explanation and said exactly what I was thinking.

  • @waynelytton7517
    @waynelytton7517 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank You for getting into this subject.

  • @WhoCutTheCheese1951
    @WhoCutTheCheese1951 2 ปีที่แล้ว +3

    Best explanation of PPI and DPI I have seen anywhere. You are a brilliant educator!

  • @sanpls
    @sanpls 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very important information. Thank you so much for sharing

  • @godayharish4801
    @godayharish4801 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Outstanding content with fantastic way of explanation.........simply wow!

  • @oscararrieta326
    @oscararrieta326 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very simple to understand, you makes me to remember my math professor!!!

  • @sankarbanerjee8228
    @sankarbanerjee8228 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks . I have learnt lots of things in this video .

  • @shantaletechwi729
    @shantaletechwi729 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    You're are an amazing teacher. Your lessons and your voice behind it just wrap everything and leave me speechless and curious to want to know more. I'm blessed to find you out today. Thanks very much and God bless you sir. Keep up and stay bless. Subscribing right away

  • @arbrahmbhatt99
    @arbrahmbhatt99 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Really very well explained these two concepts of PPI & DPI as every person who really wants to pursue photography seriously he or she must have clarity on these two thank you very mucy

  • @sdyermal4883
    @sdyermal4883 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Amazing Explanation Unmesh... Stay Blessed 🙌

  • @KingVisualsFx
    @KingVisualsFx 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Wow… This is very informative… Thank You very much Sir

  • @AdrianvanWijk
    @AdrianvanWijk 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I love this video, I'm going to use it every time I have to explain this concept (DPI is not digital so it does not matter what DPI you use for a 1080 x 1920 image - what does matter is the image is 1080 x 1920 pixels.) I can't believe I have to explain this over and over to people who can't comprehend this.

  • @johanncuervo4566
    @johanncuervo4566 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you!! Very informative

  • @adrianvanleeuwen
    @adrianvanleeuwen 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you for clearing that up. In a digital file the PPI is mostly irrelevant when the resolution doesn't change on an image (unless you change it by reducing or increasing the resolution of the. number of pixels with photoshop), however when physically printing the file then PPI is relevant to the actual output paper size (for how close the pixels are together within each inch). Great video!

    • @jfmezei
      @jfmezei 2 ปีที่แล้ว

      Look at Photoshop Image size. When you wish to change the image size, it does not mention "resolution". It mentions image size in pixels. The RESOLUTION on that panel is expressed in the correct "resolution" values of pixles/inch or picels per centimetre.

  • @AudioAtmos
    @AudioAtmos 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thanks for the video. I use to get hung up on this in the desire to obtain best “quality”.

  • @ZeeMoss
    @ZeeMoss ปีที่แล้ว

    Good explanation. Thank you very much. 👍👍

  • @shounaksane2293
    @shounaksane2293 ปีที่แล้ว

    Outstanding video and explanation, bro!

  • @devoock
    @devoock ปีที่แล้ว

    Excelent video, thanks, are you writing with the ipad on the computer? or just recording the ipad screen?

  • @leophotographycyprus21
    @leophotographycyprus21 2 ปีที่แล้ว +5

    Literally, you explain your experience and knowledge on the subject in a magnificent and very fluent way to the audience and everyone who wants to learn. Really like a teacher. Dude you are great. I have been following you for 3 years and the results I get when I put the information I learned from you into practice are really permanent. Thank you again for sharing this information with us. Very valuable information and a very valuable narrator. I wish you continued success

  • @asimkhan6993
    @asimkhan6993 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Teaching physics, maths, geometry and Photoshop in one video. This is awesome 👍

  • @satishsvernekar
    @satishsvernekar 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Thank you for this explanation about ppi & dpi. You are a brilliant teacher. I found only you asking 'sorry for the extra thing'.

  • @johnmoorefilm
    @johnmoorefilm 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    What a glorious gentleman, wonderful warm gifted teacher, thank you

  • @studioamruddhiphotography
    @studioamruddhiphotography 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Once again great video 👍🏻 thank you so much for sharing great learning.
    Bro can you please let know how you create background.

  • @TheCynicalAutist
    @TheCynicalAutist 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    I roughly knew what DPI was, but I had no idea about PPI, or even know it was a thing. This video is great.

  • @JohnDoe-gf5he
    @JohnDoe-gf5he ปีที่แล้ว

    You have a talent for teaching information. Keep doing what you're doing 👍

  • @bittertruth6175
    @bittertruth6175 2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Very well Explained. Thanks.