I have been asked to print some Pictures out using a digital printing shop/service. These JPG's are currnetly 72dpi and anywhere from 800 x 600 to 1600x1000
I believe i need to convert these to 300dpi for output work?? is this correct? Otherwise it would look very bad quality...
If so then the resolution will change for example 800 x 600 will drop to xxx by xxx for example..
The thing i don't understand is, how do i tell what size an image will be i..e in inches or cm on the final output on the piece of paper?
Can anyone shine any light on this for me?
Also i believe i am correct is saying 300dpi for output is best, but maybe i am wrong?
And i have tried in the past by increasing the DPI i.e. from 72 to 300 and using bicubic conversion or similar so that the resolution doesn't change but i always found this to produce really bad results.... of course i may have been doing it wrong??
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