A Quick Fix for Image Resolution Confusion
When do you use 72 dpi? Is 600 dpi ever too small? How do you determine a photo’s true dimensions before you stretch or shrink it in your layout program?
Image resolution can be one of the biggest problems for new graphic designers, probably second only to managing color. But there is an easy, free resource that will help you cut through the confusion.
The royalty-free image site iStockPhoto has an article with clear, concise explanations at: www.istockphoto.com/article_view.php?ID=199.
And while you’re there, look around at the high-quality, inexpensive stock images.
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