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Re: View Size vs. Print Size and Resolution in Adobe Photoshop
They say you start to see the pixels in an image when it is printed around 200 dpi/ppi or less, right? I'm looking at some images here at 100% view in photoshop, and when I open the image size window, ...
Jul 12 '13 at 20:10
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