On Monday 13 September 2004 02:22 pm, Geoffrey wrote:
> So here's a question which will demonstrate my ignorance.  I've got
> some digital photos I took that, when opened with GIMP are identified
> as being 75dpi x72dpi.  I need images that are 300 dpi, so is it
> possible to convert the 75dpi image to 300 dpi??  I selected to scale
> the image and happened to notice that I can make this change at this
> point.  Is this doing what I'm expecting?


In the last Linux Journal magazine, October 2004, Issue 126, there is a 
wonderful article on Gimp and using it for professional photography!  
One of the best articles I've read and more than helpful and 
encouraging about the abilities of Gimp.  The article itself is not 
online, but the resources are listed there.  The author, RW Hawkins, 
has his site there as well and would be very helpful should you have 
detailed questions.

That's not to say people on this list are not just as qualified to 
answer you, because they are!  I just thought this might be of some 
interest to you and others, since you brought up digital photos and I 
know there is a lot of interest about that and the Gimp's ability to 
work with them effectively.  

Here is your resources site:

Hope that helps and if you don't have a copy of the mag, go get one, 
it's a nice article for info and on the Gimp!

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