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    I'm planning to enlarge one of mine 2MP A40 shots to either A2 or A3 size to a jigsaw puzzle.
    Should I maintain at 150dpi that is to interpolate the image or reduce to about 75dpi to give an image of about close to 1600 x 1200, the image as given by my cam?
    Anyone can give advise on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meng
    I'm planning to enlarge one of mine 2MP A40 shots to either A2 or A3 size to a jigsaw puzzle.
    Should I maintain at 150dpi that is to interpolate the image or reduce to about 75dpi to give an image of about close to 1600 x 1200, the image as given by my cam?
    Anyone can give advise on this?
    Interpolate and push to at least 200 dpi. That's what I did for the sepia Ubin shot you saw.

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    hmm...ya...but will pixelation occur?
    mine is a night shot..not sure whether will it be a problem
    thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Azure
    Interpolate and push to at least 200 dpi. That's what I did for the sepia Ubin shot you saw.

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    Give it a shot. I'm sure you'd see the pixelation (if bad) on screen first.

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    Here's the copy saved in jpeg in the highest setting, in 200dpi.
    www.dazesky.com/nighttrial.htm

    Looks okie top me, but I'm only afraid of the results.
    what do you think?

    P.S: not editing done yet and I have posted the link instead of the whole photo as not to delay the loading time for this thread.
    Quote Originally Posted by Azure
    Give it a shot. I'm sure you'd see the pixelation (if bad) on screen first.
    Last edited by meng; 18th August 2003 at 10:19 PM.

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