Have you ever wondered why some images have a printed size thats bigger than others, yet taken with the same camera? Chances are it’s because of the DPI of the image. Learn how to set your dpi preferences in both Photoshop and Lightroom to maximize size and quality.
Author: RC Concepcion Rafael Concepcion (RC) is an education and curriculum developer for KelbyOne, and the co-host of Layers TV - The How To Podcast For Everything Adobe. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has over 10 years in the I.T. and ecommerce industries and spends his days developing content for all applications in the Adobe Creative Suite. RC has held training seminars in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America, and recently combined his photographic and web experience to teach with famed wildlife photographer Moose Peterson at the "You Can Do It Too" workshops in Mammoth, CA and at the Voices That Matter Web Conference in San Francisco, CA. RC also writes columns for Layers and Photoshop User magazines.
By RC Concepcion Tuesday April 8, 2014
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