Spring 2012

Spring 2012
by ani

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The DPI is not very high, but sometimes images come out surprisingly nice even with low DPI. I'd suggest that if the cost of the print is not prohibitive, that you try and see how the result looks like. If it is too bad for the expected viewing distance, reprint smaller with target size of 150 pixels per inch. Also, if you are willing to do a little bit of ...


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Conserving the height/width ratio, you are asking about a 140 x 93.3 cm print. Your image, with a definition of 3530x2353 = 8 MP will yield a DPI of about 64. This isn't enough in my opinion to get a print of good quality. With such a definition, I wouldn't hope for more than 100 x 66 cm. With a standard 150 DPI (to take into account distance of viewing), a ...



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