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How do I change the resolution in a photo to 2400X3000 to have a picture enlarge and printed. DPI would be 300

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  • biffalo Oct 12, 2010

    I need to change the reolution in a Photo to 2400X3000psi. When I open it in Photoshop Elements
    a box comes up and says it is in the wrong format. What do you suggest

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Ok, well there are quite a few picture resizers out on the 'net. These allow you to Resize the image adjust picture "Depth" and save as differing Formats too.
One such program is Picture Resizer, by Microsoft, installing this gives you a Menu, under the Right Click, menu, that allows you to select and adjust the pictures.
Go below and download the Power Toy... Install as Administrator, and if required set to Compatibility Mode for XP SP2.

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/powertoys/xppowertoys.mspx
master Google link, for Picture resizer freeware below.
http://www.google.co.nz/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=picture+resizer+freeware

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Follow these steps :
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Open the digital image in a graphic editing program. In this example, Photoshop is being used. To open an image in Photoshop, click on "File" and then "Open." A window will appear, which will allow you to view the files on your computer. After you locate the file to edit, click on its thumbnail to open.
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Locate the commands to edit the image. In Photoshop, click on "Image" to view these options.
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Click on "Image size" in the menu that opens, if using "Photoshop." If using another graphic editing program, it may be a similarly worded option.
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Change the resolution by typing in the appropriate number. In Photoshop, you are given the option of using pixels per inch or centimeter. Click "OK" when you are finished making your change.
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Save the new image using the "Save as" command. You can rename the file instead of using the "Save" command if you wish to create a new file. Saving with the original file name or using the "Save" option will copy over the original file. The command to save a file is typically located under "File".

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I have used last 4 year canon 2900B printer. How to set 300 dpi printing resoluation


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Resolution The data in the image you have scanned is a collection of dots carrying information about brightness and color. The density of these dots is called "resolution", and resolution will determine the amount of detail your image contains. The unit of resolution is dots per inch (dpi). Dpi is the number of dots per inch (2.5 cm). The higher the resolution (value), the more detail in your image; the lower the resolution (value), the less detail.

How to Set the Resolution You can set the resolution in Resolution on the (Scanning from a Computer) tab of the Settings dialog.
Appropriate Resolution Settings Set the resolution according to the use of the scanned image.
Item Type Use Color Mode Appropriate Resolution Color photo Copying
(Printing) Color 300 dpi Creating a postcard Color 300 dpi Saving to a computer Color 300 dpi Using on a website or attaching to e-mail Color 150 dpi Black and white photo Saving to a computer Grayscale 300 dpi Using on a website or attaching to e-mail Grayscale 150 dpi Text document (document or magazine) Copying Color, Grayscale, or Black and White 300 dpi Attaching to e-mail Color, Grayscale, or Black and White 150 dpi Scanning text using OCR Color or Grayscale 300 dpi Important
  • If you double the resolution, the data size of the scanned image quadruples. If the file is too large, the processing speed will slow down significantly, and you will experience inconvenience such as lack of memory. Set the minimum required resolution according to the use of the image.
Note
  • When you will be printing the scanned image by enlarging it, scan by setting a higher resolution than the recommended one above.


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LPI, PPI,DPI conversions


Here is a conversion chart for DPI (Dots per inch) to LPI (Lines per inch) or PPI (Pixels per inch)

180 DPI................31 lines/inch or 68 PPI
360 DPI................63 lines/inch or 138 PPI
720 DPI................127 lines/inch or 280 PPI
1440 DPI..............255 lines/inch or 561 PPI
2880 DPI..................510 lines/inch or 1122 PPI

If you plan to enlarge your image, it is better to enlarge it when you're scanning rather than in your application. Each time you modify
an image, you lose some quality. Keep in mind when you enlarge a small photo, such as a 35 mm slide or wallet-size photo, you'll need
to scan at a high enough resolution to retain your image quality, but not so high that your file size is too large to be efficient. You must
manually adjust the resolution (dpi) to maintain the same image quality when you resize your image. For example, if you have a 300
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300 dpi image change


Yes you can. But 300 dpi is nothing. You could compare this to a question like, fits a yard in a football field.
When talking about 300 dpi, you also must know how big a picture has to be.
According to the manual, your camera can shoot pictures with 4288 by 3216 pixels. When you want to print 300 dpi that is 14 inch by 12 inch pictures. If you want to shoot pictures for smaller results like 6 inch by 4 inch or 7 inch by 5, you can chose a smaller resolution.
Don't be confused by the technical terms of 300 dpi. This is only used in the printing industry. I already printed till 4 times the resolution that was theoretical possible, and still the pictures look very good.
If you have a great picture, shot in the highest resolution, you should be able to make a print of more that 5 or 6 feet and still have a great picture

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Canon SD1300 setting for 300dpi size 2.75 x 2.975 how to set camera


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DPI is "dots per inch". This only has meaning when the picture is output (usually printed, but also displayed on a screen). You can make two different-sized prints from the same photo file, and they will have different DPI settings even though they come from the same file.
A photo editing/printing program will let you control the DPI when you print a photo (and some will let you change the value when you save the file).

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Canon SD1300 setting for 300dpi size 2.75 x 2.975 how to set camera


It's not a camera setting.
DPI is "dots per inch". This only has meaning when the picture is output (usually printed, but also displayed on a screen). You can make two different-sized prints from the same photo file, and they will have different DPI settings even though they come from the same file.
A photo editing/printing program will let you control the DPI when you print a photo (and some will let you change the value when you save the file).

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Canon SD1300 setting for 300dpi size 2.75 x 2.975 how to set camera


It's not a camera setting.
DPI is "dots per inch". This only has meaning when the picture is output (usually printed, but also displayed on a screen). You can make two different-sized prints from the same photo file, and they will have different DPI settings even though they come from the same file.
A photo editing/printing program will let you control the DPI when you print a photo (and some will let you change the value when you save the file).

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My pictures are only 72 DPI. How can I change the resolution to higher quality?


The dots per inch setting (DPI) is meaningful only when printing the picture. As such, the camera simply fills in a default value of 72. You can change it in Photoshop or any other photo editing program. The resolution setting on the camera only changes the number of pixels in the picture, not how you print it.

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Can i change the compression and ratio on my canon powershot a570 is to shoot in 300 dpi?


Not really, since "300 dpi" is a print resolution specification. The camera takes pictures at whatever resolution you have set (0.3MP to 7.1MP on the A570).

If you print a 0.3MP photo at 300dpi, you'll get a picture 1.6 inches by 2.1 inches (smaller than a business card). If you print a 7.1MP photo at 300dpi, you'll get a picture about 8 inches by 10 inches. You can also get an 8x10 from the 0.3MP if you print at 60dpi, but the result will be rather grainy.

Again, "300 dpi" has no meaning to the camera.

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How do I increase the resolution from 72 dpi to 300 dpi on this camera?


You can use a photo editing software on your computer to change the dpi, 

dpi has todo with printing and scaning dpi has no real change in the quality of your camera pictures
look at this page

http://www.rideau-info.com/photos/mythdpi.html

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