Apparently images for use on the Internet don't need to have as fine a
resolution as those for print. 72 dpi is fine for the Internet and we do
publish articles online each month as well as in the print magazine, so you
could certainly send articles for our online magazine. Do a search on
SchoolArts Magazine and you'll find our web site. It also has the writer's
guidelines. Another alternative is actual photographs, either from film or
digital. The digital requirements for print are proving a challenge for me,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Woody Duncan" <email@example.com>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2005 10:07 PM
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] need photo for SchoolArts
> My students did a response to the twin towers disaster.
> But it's all in 72 dpi. That's what our camera did at the time.
> My new camera does 180 dpi then I convert it to 72 for the web.
> The reason I never submitted an article was that I read your
> 300 dpi requirement and I didn't have any images at that
> resolution. I understand the need for the higher resolution
> but I feel it is very restrictive. Unless it is an image
> created on a scanner I don't see how anyone could meet
> those requirements.
> Woody Duncan
> NANCY WALKUP wrote:
> > As many of you know, I am the new editor of SchoolArts Magazine. I am
> > hoping that some one of you out there can help me with a photo need. I
> > need a photograph of the Twin Towers in New York to use as an
> > illustration in an article about artistic responses to 9/11. It needs to
> > be at least 300dpi and I'll be happy to give you photo credit. An
> > alternative is a photograph of a student artwork about the same subject.
> > You can email me off the list, if you like.
> > Thanks,
> Woody, Retired in Albuquerque
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