Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Photoshop - Determining the resolution

by Nathan Segal

As a quick reference, Web images use a resolution of 72dpi. Newspapers use resolutions ranging from 125dpi to 170dpi. High-quality brochures and magazines use resolutions ranging from 200dpi to 400dpi. And for books, the range is generally from 175dpi to 350dpi. These measurements refer to 300 dpi at an output size of 8.5 x 11 inches, as an example.


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