>On Sat, Jun 7, 2014 at 5:37 PM, Patrick Shanahan
>It's also better to keep a larger image but modify the dots per inch
>adjust the print size so that a more crisp image is printed at the
>size you
>e.g. you have 3000x2250 px image and you wanted to print a 9x5" photo
>would be better to keep the image the same size and set the DPI to
>3000/9 =
>333.33 DPI but you would need to calculate and crop the height.  If
>have 2250/333.33DPI = 6.75".  Since that is the case then you should
>your image and make the height 5*333.33 px = 1666.66px.
>As a summary if I wanted to print my large image to a 9x5" printed
>I'd have to crop it to 3000x1666px and set the print to 333 DPI (dots
>inch) give or take some minor percent error.

Thanks, I'll play around with it and see if I can get the results I need.

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