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  • dejvid
    Beginning question on proper conversion procedure
    by dejvid
    Question may sound silly but what is usual retouching practice (if shooting in RAW) and retouch in LR + PS:

    1. Open RAW in LR, adjust image globally, export to JPEG, open in PS and continue locally (skin, D/B, sharpening etc.)

    2. Open RAW in LR, adjust image globally, open...
    12-13-2012, 05:56 AM
  • DMCdigitalmedia
    DPI Question
    by DMCdigitalmedia
    Hello ,

    I have a Sony F828 and even on RAW settings the image says it is 72 DPI,yet my old Nikon shoots at 300 DPI one of my customers said the Marketing department is rejecting the 72 DPI photos. What gives..the 72 DPI look great and are HUGE files...quality appears better than the...
    03-09-2006, 04:21 PM
  • rlualhati
    Reveal All
    by rlualhati
    Hello all. First post....be gentile!

    I have a question about the Reveal All command in Photoshop CS5 when used after cropping (Hide Option selected).

    I start with an image 12.907" x 8.64", 3872x2592 pixels, 300 ppi.

    I crop to a 7"x5"...
    01-13-2012, 09:02 PM
  • Ferocios31
    Dpi resolution needed to 300 for business card pr
    by Ferocios31
    Hello,
    I recently received a .psd file from a designer I hired to make a logo for me. Now that I have the logo, I want to place an order for business cards and stickers on vistaprint.com but every time I upload my logo, it comes out blurry. I think the dpi resolution is too low. I have photoshop...
    08-07-2013, 01:58 PM
  • Kim
    Need advice on the printing issue
    by Kim
    I'd like to print a couple of photos that I just took with my digital camera.
    To obtain their sharpness as I see on my computer, how should I set it up in photoshop to print ? Should I resize them to a certain size first before I send to the printer or should I just print them at these current...
    06-14-2005, 11:02 PM
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