Croping: what is the resolution setting


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Whitesand

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Hi,

when I use photoshop to crop image to suit 4R printing, there is a setting that state resolution. What number should I put there is most appropriate?

The default I think is 72 dpi, will change to 300 dpi make the image quality suffer?

Thanks for advise in advance.
 

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Originally posted by Whitesand
Hi,

when I use photoshop to crop image to suit 4R printing, there is a setting that state resolution. What number should I put there is most appropriate?

The default I think is 72 dpi, will change to 300 dpi make the image quality suffer?

Thanks for advise in advance.
Use the marquee/select tool then do Image -> Crop instead. Less headache.

Regards
CK
 

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Originally posted by ckiang
Use the Marquee tool, set the Options to "Constraint Aspect Ratio", "4:3" then select the area you want, then Image -> Crop.
I think CK meant 3:2. :D
 

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