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[filmscanners] Re: PS sharpening




----- Original Message -----
From: "Anthony Atkielski" <anthony@atkielski.com>

> Conversion to 72 dpi doesn't do anything, so you can skip that.

Anthony,

Could you kindly elaborate on that? Also, in a subsequent mail you said:

"If by "resolution" you mean DPI, you can forget about
that--DPI is meaningless for Web display.  If you really do wish to set a
DPI, though, set it to 2700 or 4000; if anyone downloads the image as-is and
tries to print it in a word-processing program (a common way of using stolen
images), the high DPI will cause it to reproduce at a very tiny size, and
many people stealing images in this way will not be able to figure out how
to fix that, thereby preventing them from using the stolen image."

Grateful if you could elaborate on that as well... specially the bit about a
dpi (ppi) of 2700-4000.]

Thanks....

Cheers...

SD

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