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320 x 240 72 dpi 4.44" x 3.33"

Windows systems: right mouse click image and select "Save Picture As" option in popup.

Mac systems:
click over image and hold for 1 second, select "Save Image or Picture As" from popup.

Free for members and on CD ROMs This size picture in Special Galleries, members website and on CD ROMs are not watermarked. 150 dpi 2.13" x 1.6"
300 dpi 1.07" x 0.80"
 
A 640 x 480 72 dpi 8.89" x 6.67"

$9 Approx 179 kb, at 14.4k 1 min 44 sec, at 28.8k 52 seconds, at 56k 26 seconds, DSL/Cable 5 seconds. 150 dpi 4.27" x 3.20"
300 dpi 2.13" x 1.60"
 
After clicking a pay button and making a web payment the picture purchased is immediately downloaded into your browser.  Then permanently save the picture to your hard drive as follows: for Windows systems: right mouse click image and select "Save Picture As."  For Mac systems: click over image and hold for 1 second, select "Save Image or Picture As" from popup.

As a general guideline for print quality: 72 dpi is considered to be minimum, 150 dpi is medium and 300 dpi is professional.  But be aware that different sources often vary regarding this matter.  For example one source, PEI Magazine July/August 2002, says for optimal output: 200 ppi for newspapers, 300 ppi for magazines and 400 ppi for art books and exhibition prints.  Because the actual pixels are stated you can select whatever dpi you desire and determine print size (in inches) by dividing the pixels (for each dimension) by the desired dpi.  For instance you may want 600 dpi, with a 2560 x 1920 photograph you get a 2560/600 = 4.27 inches x 1920/600 = 3.2 inches print size.  These numbers are only guidelines.  These numbers do not specifically take into account the effects of interpolation software or the various resolutions of different photographic printers and plotters or the exact quality of paper used.

The photo print sizes given above are for general information.  You can also print slightly above or slightly below the above print sizes without changing the results too much.  Plus you can print the picture using a higher resolution if you use a borderCropping has the opposite effect of borders and will reduce photo print sizes.

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