Thanks for getting back to me. I understand the issue
with print requirements. Since I'm retired I only have access
to old 72dpi images. I will look into the web based magazine.
Thank You, Woody
NANCY WALKUP wrote:
> 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" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 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
>>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.
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