pics with high resolution

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I am looking for images for a trade show wall, so with very high resolution (over 10,000 px).

Where can I find them?

 

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If the images are for a printed poster, or similar, that is viewed from a distance, you won't need a high resolution, such as 300PPI. Maybe 50PPI or less. What are the dimensions to be (in inches) of your printed poster?

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Do you mean 10,0000 pixels wide or 10,000 pixels per inch? As Derek wrote no media needs 10,000 px per inch.

I'm gonna sound old-fashioned there but maybe hire a photographer to make images for you? 

To help, we need to know a lot more please, are you looking to find copyright free images to download to support your business trade stand? 

 

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neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer:: co-author: 'getting colour right'
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