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Re: filmscanners: Printdpi



on 3/29/01 7:58 AM, Maris V. Lidaka, Sr. at mlidaka@ameritech.net wrote:

> The general consensus is printing in the range of 240-360dpi, and it will
> depend on the paper - for a good explanation of why see
> http://www.scantips.com/
> 
> The best thing to do is to experiment on *your* printer and find the optimal
> dpi for each type of paper you generally use.  I did that for my HP
> PhotoSmart just the other day on HP glossy, and found that 240dpi appeared
> the best.
> 
> Maris
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Richard Starr" <Richard.Starr@valley.net>
> To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
> Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2001 7:27 AM
> Subject: filmscanners: Printdpi
> 
> 
> | The dpi thread leads me to ask what the best dpi for printing on an Epson
> | printer (Stylus 600 for example) would be.
> |
> | My habit is to correct an image at the scanned resolution then move it to
> a
> | default blank page for printing, using PhotoShop's free transformation for
> | sizing.   I save the 'print' version as well as the full resolution file.
> The
> | prints look good.
> |
> | I normally use a blank page set for 8.5 x11 inches and 110 dpi.  I'm
> wondering
> | if I'd see better results at a higher dpi or faster results at a lower
> dpi.
> | Lower dpi would result in a smaller file for storage too.  There must be
> an
> | ideal maximum resolution beyond which the image doesn't print better and a
> | minimum resolution below which it is noticeably degraded.
> |
> | Comments?
> | Rich
> 
So where are the scantips on that page?

~Berry




 




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