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Higher resolution I dont have high enough resolution set i suppose?.. not to sure.. i have a couple photos ive posted on my redbubble photoblog and alot of them are not of high enough resolution and I figured i could do something with my camera to change that!.. maybe changing the pixels or something?.. really i have no clue.. but to sell my photos and make them poster size i REALLY need to know this! Thanks alot

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