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How do i change the my immage to over 350 dpi

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File -> new -> resolution 350

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

  • Ekse Mar 26, 2008

    Thats how its done. then copy your image to the new one you made.

  • Ekse Mar 26, 2008

    your images if taken from camera might not look any better, photoshop cant make miracles. There is no way (or no simple way) to increase the quality / resolution of your image.

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