300 dpi on all Adobe Stock Photos?

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Mar 19, 2019

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Hi, the Adobe stock photos are not marked  with the dpi-resolution, only pixels. I guess all photos that you sell is 300 dpi? And if not, how can I check the dpi before we download them?

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The dpi (ppi to be correct) value here is nonsense. You need to look at the pixel size you will need for a specific representation.

Say you will need to place a picture at 3x3inch (to make it simplistic), your picture needs a resolution of 3x300=900x900 pixels. If you need 4x3 inches your picture should have a resolution of 1200x900 pixels.

Any resolution higher is OK.

Please update this thread if you have further questions.

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300 dpi on all Adobe Stock Photos?

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Hi, the Adobe stock photos are not marked  with the dpi-resolution, only pixels. I guess all photos that you sell is 300 dpi? And if not, how can I check the dpi before we download them?

BR Maria

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Correct answer by Abambo | Adobe Community Professional

The dpi (ppi to be correct) value here is nonsense. You need to look at the pixel size you will need for a specific representation.

Say you will need to place a picture at 3x3inch (to make it simplistic), your picture needs a resolution of 3x300=900x900 pixels. If you need 4x3 inches your picture should have a resolution of 1200x900 pixels.

Any resolution higher is OK.

Please update this thread if you have further questions.

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The dpi (ppi to be correct) value here is nonsense. You need to look at the pixel size you will need for a specific representation.

Say you will need to place a picture at 3x3inch (to make it simplistic), your picture needs a resolution of 3x300=900x900 pixels. If you need 4x3 inches your picture should have a resolution of 1200x900 pixels.

Any resolution higher is OK.

Please update this thread if you have further questions.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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