Re: Stock photos not high enough resolution . . .

New Here ,
May 26, 2017

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I have the same problem: the dimensions of the photos are fine but the resolution isn't high enough. There is no filter for searching your archives based on resolution. Nor do you list anything other than the dimensions in the preview. There's no way to know what the resolution of the photo is until AFTER it is purchased and downloaded.

Forgive me, but if the photo isn't at a high enough resolution for me to use, it is worthless.

Thank you,

Bette Anne Duffy

Hi Bette Anne,

300 dpi should be more than enough. Please check with the company that is printing your banner. Most banners of the size you are creating need only 100 to 150 dpi.

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Re: Stock photos not high enough resolution . . .

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May 26, 2017

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I have the same problem: the dimensions of the photos are fine but the resolution isn't high enough. There is no filter for searching your archives based on resolution. Nor do you list anything other than the dimensions in the preview. There's no way to know what the resolution of the photo is until AFTER it is purchased and downloaded.

Forgive me, but if the photo isn't at a high enough resolution for me to use, it is worthless.

Thank you,

Bette Anne Duffy

Hi Bette Anne,

300 dpi should be more than enough. Please check with the company that is printing your banner. Most banners of the size you are creating need only 100 to 150 dpi.

EBQ

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May 29, 2017

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Hi Bette,

Please confirm me the image# for the picture that you are talking about so that I can look into it.

Regards,

Sheena

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New Here ,
May 30, 2017

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I need an image at 800dpi, at least. This one is 300dpi, but I've been able to push it to 543dpi.

But that doesn't work for my needs. I'm having it professionally printed on a vinyl banner for a trade show that's 8'high x 3'wide.

Thanks for looking into it.

(It's AdobeStock_140057311.jpeg)

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Hi Bette Anne,

300 dpi should be more than enough. Please check with the company that is printing your banner. Most banners of the size you are creating need only 100 to 150 dpi.

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