10th June 2004, 11:12 AM
10th June 2004, 11:29 AM
Editing of digital photos normally means things like adding elements which are not there originally in the picture. Cropping shouldn't be a problem at all.
Originally Posted by Brandon
Normally, a 3mp picture will be sufficient to print up to a 8R picture, S8R will be pushing it a bit. And I dun noe what you mean by not the camera's megapixel setting? It's basically the same thing lah. If the camera gives you a 2048 x1536 pixels resolution, 2048 x 1536 = 3,145,728 pixels, roughly 3.1 megapixel lah.
Anyway, as a guide, picture quality is using still acceptable if the printer prints the photo at 200dpi, so you do your own calculation lah.
S8R is 8 x 12. So you need (8 x 200) x (12 x 200) = 1600 x 2400 loh.
10th June 2004, 11:34 AM
10th June 2004, 12:02 PM
juz want to add on...
S8R is 8" x 12"
8R is 8" x 10"
If competition requires S8R, then image ratio should be 2:3.
If u use 4:3, during framing, u'll hv to allow more space for cropping into S8R later.