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If you want them to be smaller, you can lower the resolution. The setting is where you see "Raw+F" on this image, you could change yours to "Medium". http://www.gadgetguy.com.au/cms/wp-content/uploads/nikon-d3300-review-2014-06-08-450x230.jpg
Rule of thumb: you never have enough resolution. You should always keep the original files that come out of the camera the way they are. If you need smaller or otherwise modified versions, create copies of the originals and apply those modifications to the copies. If you shoot RAW (which you should), this is usually the case, as the RAW files aren't image ...
I'm not familiar with Photoshop Elements, but the "small" and "large" quality options are probably referring to file size, whereas the "can't print at that picture size because your image is too small" message is probably referring to pixel dimensions. To print a large canvas print, you need plenty of pixels, and the JPEG quality setting is not related. In ...
If you're lucky, you won't lose any quality, but you certainly won't gain any. The best thing to do is to re-process the RAW file. Whilst doing so, you can ask your wife if she wants is exactly the same or you could change the framing etc if desired. Bear in mind that canvas wraps can sometimes 'lose' part of the image near the edge, as it is wrapped around ...
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