You will also need to resize the image, both in screen dimensions (For example, 200 pixels by 200 pixels is a nice small square on a web page) and also in resolution - that is, dots per inch (dpi).
If it's going to be on a website, the opposite is true - screen resolution is only 72 dpi, and any image that's a higher resolution than that will make your entire website load more slowly.
Image Resolution is a factor - you want at least 150 dpi (dots-per-inch) for clip art that's going to be printed, and 300 dpi if it's going to be color.
If you are planning to have your finished layouts printed or made into a bound photo book, look for high quality files created at 300 dpi.
File size - No screen (unless it is an HDMI or other high-resolution screen) is going to have a larger resolution than 72 dpi.
Make sure that you have reduced the DPI (dots-per-inch) to 72, and the image size to something less than 1280x760 pixels.
If you have pictures you are looking to post to the web or email, then anything between 100 dpi and 300 dpi will suffice.
For larger photographs, or for scanning at the best quality, you may want 2400 dpi, 4800 dpi, or even 9600 dpi.
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