Buy Mark’s Studio Lighting DVD: http://www.studiolightingessentials.com This week Mark discusses image resolution and file size and talks about how large you…
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Thank You for posting this information, it has been “very” helpful. I shoot
a Nikon D80 & D90, I know now I can do a lot more than what I have been
I have one question. In my bag, are still a of Nikon F3s and lenses 18mm
through 300mm. What would be the better or best scan for a quality print?
Send the negitive or slide off for a pro scan, or a home scan with a
flatbed scanner that is made for negitive or positive film?
Thank You for you time.
this was confusing. using a nikon d7000 i print 16×24 at 300ppi thats a
resolution of 4800×7200 that i resample through lightroom and images are
sharp. i guess I’m still left with, when do images start to degrade
printing at 300 dpi?
Thanxx Mark for the calculation sheet, it’s verry helpfull!!!
Wow. Very informative. Thank you Mark. Never know about this. Lucky I found
this before I printed something large.
Good old 8×10 inch silver nitrate photography and darkrooms bow away
digital images. But I’m old school being a retired photographer and screen
printer Come get some Catspit~! ☠
Great video, Mark! Thanks.
This is the only video on the web that explains this that simple….Great
Thanks great demonstration. But I think there is a wrong number in the
sheet. Which is the Nikon ds3 resolution. It is 12.1 mp and not 16 mp.
great job bro!
i am glad that the snapfactory is so popular on youtube. but it is very
hard to get there especially for new channels. although everyone is writing
‘check out my channel’ i think you really should do that and i do that
aswell because the videos might be really good although no one is watching
them. so: check out my channel! If you think so too: thumps up! Thank you!
Thanks Mark. Another very useful video.
I personally find it confusing regarding the way you list your videos –
sequence should be from 1 to 300 etc.. but I tried watching all of your
videos – went to 73smthing, and next ones are in 200 series.. I LOVE your
videos, but please, could you make them all in nice sequence.. Thanks!
whats that in cm???
brilliant episode for an amateur photographer like me thumbs up
So is this only for Americans? Or would it be a bad idea to include
centimeters in the video? ex. 19″ x 23″ (48,3 x 58,4 cm)
good stuff. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
Great explanation, but you say Dots Per Inch, and that concept is for the
printed proces in Offset, `DPI, where an image has 300 PPI belong to 1200
DPI on an standard conversion.
whats the format file that you should end your photos to the shop for
printing? TIFF, jpg, RAW? thanks.
you should also do a segment on printers
Very helpful, thank you very much
My eyes are open
I can’t stop watching SnapFactory! This hasn’t happened since DigitalRev!!
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