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AnonymousUser 818 26 Image resolution problem either
Image resolution problem
When I downloaded an image, it was 72 dpi. Is that the
highest resolution you have? Files need to be 300 dpi for
printing purposes (72dpi is okay for screen res).
Re: Image resolution problem
72 dpi *is* screen resolution. ie., most monitors have 72
dots per inch. For printing purposes the dpi will depend
solely on how you size the image.
For instance, many of the photographs on farmphoto.com are
If you make such an image 6 inches wide by 4 inches high on
your print page it will be at 300 dpi. If you make it 3
inches wide by 2 inches high on your print page it will be
at 600 dpi. On the other hand, if you make it 12 inches
wide by 8 inches high on your print page it will be at 150
DPI (dots per inch) is not a set measurement - it is a
function of how many inches you choose to fit your dots
Hope this helps.
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