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Subject: Re: Photo size specification

> I want to send a photo to a publication, Travel Trade Gazette in the UK.
> They say the photo must meet the following specifications: 300 dpi, 150
> mm on the longest side, and jpeg format.
> I find the mixture of imperial and metric rather odd and jpegs, which are
> just a file of bits, don't have a physical length. Can I assume that
> these are specifications for their printer and I should take 300 pixels x
> 6 inches = 1800 pixels on the longest side, and then somehow embed some
> metadata into the jpeg to make their printer function?

It sounds like you're just trying to make it more difficult than it
needs to be. If you're using photoshop, Click on Image, then Size, set 300
DPI and 150mm for the long side, save your work, and you're done. C'est
facile, no?



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