I have been pondering this for a few days now and am still confiused so I thought best to ask you guys
Ok here goes..
Using Photoshop CS 2
You create a new document of size width-794 pixels / height-1123 pixels and you use 96 ppi for resolution.
That creates an innitial document of 2.55m
NOW we again create the exact same document but this time we use 300 ppi for resolution, this creates a document of 24.9m
Now I can understand why the 300 ppi resolution document is greater in m or mb because it has more pixels, but WHAT I CANT figure out is WHY the document is bigger in SIZE inside PS CS2.
See I thought that when you added more pixels to a document all that happens is the pixels are divided more times so as create more of them for depth or detail whatever.
As in you have a square and divide by four, then you divide again, and again and again, all the time the square is getting more segments but IT ISNT getting bigger in actual size.
So why does a document inside ps cs get bigger in actual size inside PS CS 2 instead of just geting it's pixels divided to create more of them in the same space?
I just thought all that would happen would be that pixels got divided to create more of themselves in the same amount of space or document.
Anyone lol ?