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Reprocessing a RetouchPRO thumbnail

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Old 11-30-2007, 10:22 AM
One4UAll One4UAll is offline
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Re: Reprocessing a RetouchPRO thumbnail

Originally Posted by mistermonday View Post

One4Uall, in 100KB you can compress an image that is approx 8" x 6" @ 72ppi. You can do a lot of processing on such an image.

Regards, Murray
Thanks, Murray. This is all I needed to know re: that part of my OP. I always forget that images on the Web can be processed at lower resolutions than images meant for printing, and I'm more concerned about someone able to print my images than using them on the Web.

In other words, being able to generate a file from the Web of a quality that can be printed to, say, 16x20"+, or for a magazine cover. That's what I'm concerned about. As long as I have the original 200+MB file, I shouldn't be concerned about that. Right? (And like everyone else, I think my prized photos are masterpieces!) :-)) Yes, OlBaldy, I want my images to be seen. They've been "in the closet" too long & I'd like to make some money from them, without getting pirated.

BTW, I may be getting beyond the scope of this Website.

Thanks, again, to everyone for responding.
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