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« on: October 03, 2013, 14:47 »
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Hi,

I am building my symbiostock website and have been trying to upload a few first pictures.
Everything's fine apart from the DPI issue that may be confusing to buyers.
Let's see one of my files sizes options:

Bloggee   jpg   3.47" 2.32" @ 72 dpi
250 167px   4.50
Small   jpg   13.89" 9.26" @ 72 dpi
1000 667px   9.50
Medium   jpg   6.67" 4.44" @ 300 dpi
2000 1333px   15.00
Large   jpg   18.72" 12.48" @ 300 dpi
5616 3744px


I would like the symbiostock theme to convert all uploaded files to 300dpi, cause now it might seem to a buyer that the Small size 13.89" 9.26" 72 dpi is bigger than Medium 6.67" 4.44" 300 dpi.
Is there any solution for that?

Thanks!
Michal


Ron

« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2013, 14:54 »
+1
Its an industry standard. I would like to think buyers no about DPI. All agencies offer the smaller sizes at 72 DPI, no one is going to use a small or medium size for printing.  IMO.


 

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