Just as 360 PPI would refer to the same.
Again, you might wish pixels per mm but none the less, Adobe absolutely shouldn't take your suggestion to remove this. I want to export to my website and social media.
Ryan Smith 26 Posts 7 Reply Likes. Because apart from anything else, when deciding to output a file for print, most people would need to get a calculator out, and the dialog saves you doing that. Including all metadata can increase the file size substantially.
Would it be possible to manage without being able to set it in the Export dialog? Does the meg have to be higher than 1 meg for larger prints.
FotografenFederatie apply. Hi Jen, if you want them to have ultimate flexibility, then export a full size file — uncheck Resize to Fit in the Export dialog.
I allow my clients to print up to a 8 x 10 but require them to buy bigger prints through my lab. Lightroom is very intelligent in how it removes or adds pixels, to preserve the appearance of our photos. And this is why PS has such a feature in the Image Size dialog.
Compare the results. For example: Lindsay Strack February 5, 2016 at 12: Small difference, probably due to slightly different jpg compression or so, yet the lower ppi image actually has a slightly bigger filesize….
One is 72ppi, the other 300ppi. Brisse July 22, 2015 at 8: So the correct term is pixels p er i nch ppi. Andrew Rodney 695 Posts 139 Reply Likes. Did you actually read the article?