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Re: photocopying large format

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GTBlack_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Wed Jul 10 2002 - 14:49:48 PDT


Don't resize your images in the web editor. Set the size in your photo
editting software with a resolution of 72 dpi, then import the image into the
page.

If you are resizing in a photo editting program, keep in mind it is always
better to start off with the largest picture you have. It is better to scale
down, rather then scale up. When you scale up to enlarge, you are also
enlarging the imperfections and pixelation in the image.

Geoff Black

In a message dated 7/10/02 7:54:05 AM, ja1997@bryanisd.org writes:

<< Along these same lines, I would like to know what I can do to

help have my photos come out clear. Sometimes I need to

enlarge within a program to show on web site. When I enlarge,

they come out scratchy looking. I use programs such as Photo

Deluxe, etc. Any suggestions? >>

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