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Subject: Re: Scanning resolution?




On Tue, 16 May 2006 22:04:47 +0400, Mogweed wrote:

> Thanks very much to all who replied to my query. I've now scanned them at
> 300dpi.

Just one more thing: you mentioned placing them somethere on the Web. Be
aware that Web browsers ignore image resolution and show images "one image
pixel always take one screen pixel" way. Be aware as well that,
correspondingly, many programs having some sort of "Export for Web"
function in some form, drop the resolution setting on export.

So, first of all, your friends aren't supposed to print the photos right
out from the Web browser (well, we can discuss "fake resolution"
workaround for printing from browser if you want). They are supposed to
download the file, then open it with some program that sort of respect
resolution setting, then print. Second, you are supposed to pay attention
to that resolution setting is included in the file. Like, don't use GIFs
that do no support any resolution at all :-)

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Ilya Razmanov
http://photoshop.msk.ru/ - Photoshop plug-in filters

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