hmm,.
that interesting, trying printing that out on a C86... yikes.

Well, was wondering if there was a chart out there,
for print resolution sizes.

Richard

Rikard Johnels, [EMAIL PROTECTED], Monday, June 27, 2005

>On Sunday 26 June 2005 23.52, Richard Nagle wrote:
>> well, it would appear to me the more import ## is resolution,
>> i.e. a image at 1600 x 1200 @ 144 dpi  ( 8 x 10 ) approx
>> would be a bad print, however scaling up to a 3200 x 2400 resolution image,
>> would produce a nice 300 dpi print.
>>
>> So, a chart, of resolution sizes, would be nice,
>> for printing out photo┬╣s ..ie. 8x10 11x14 16x20...etc
>>
>>
>> Richard
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>That depends on the viewing distance.
>A 10x15 cm print "needs" somewhere 300 dpi to be able to view it closely.
>A huge 10x15 metre billboard viewed from 10 m distance need maybe 30 dpi. 
>
>See for instance 
>http://www.bigphotohelp.com/articles1.htm
>http://www.ltlimagery.com/resolution.html
>http://www.signindustry.com/outdoor/articles/2001-03-19-viewingDistance.php3
>
>
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