How to Make High Resolution Images
Making a high-resolution image begins in the camera by searching through the camera's menu options to find the highest resolution possible. Photograph in high resolution for the best-quality images with information from a professional art and commercial photographer in this free video on photography.
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Hi, I'm Rebecca Guenther with www.M5A1photography.com and I'm going to talk to you about how to make high resolution photos. High resolution photography is going to start in camera, so you want to go into your cameras menu and try and find if there's a place in there that you can tell it to create a larger file size. Some cameras don't have that. If you have a point and shoot, they usually don't, and that's okay because the point and shoots, as a general rule, will capture a fairly large image. However they do generally capture a JPEG which is not as high resolution as a camber raw would be, so you want to sort of keep that in mind. Once you've imported these images into your computer, you want to make sure to keep the file size large. Whatever program that you're using, make sure that you know, it's at lea...your image is at least at three hundred dpi, and that you don't make it any smaller at any point in time. Also if you're sending it to print, usually they're going to want CMYK, or possibly RBG. They're generally going to request that a .tif is sent and that maintains all of thee information unlike a JPEG which can compact the file and make it smaller and easier to e-mail, so that's how you make a high resolution picture.