DPI?

Oct 30, 2018

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This may be a stupid question.. but how do i know what the DPI of the images are?  I want to blow one up and I can't find the information anywhere. 

Hi Amanda,

Sorry for the delay in response.

You can get the dimensions below each Adobe Stock image as mentioned in the screenshot:

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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DPI?

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This may be a stupid question.. but how do i know what the DPI of the images are?  I want to blow one up and I can't find the information anywhere. 

Hi Amanda,

Sorry for the delay in response.

You can get the dimensions below each Adobe Stock image as mentioned in the screenshot:

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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Hi Amanda,

Sorry for the delay in response.

You can get the dimensions below each Adobe Stock image as mentioned in the screenshot:

To determine the dpi (px/inch) of a screen: Calculate the screen resolution (width x height in pixels). Determine the size of your screen in one direction (width or height). Now divide the pixels (in width or height) by inches (in width or height)

Also, if you want to license a vector image, dpi will not affect as vector files are of highest resolution and do not pixelate.

Hope this information helps!

Feel free to update this thread in case of any additional questions.

Regards,

Twarita

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