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Rossignol Create It Question (Concerning Photoshop)
The directions ask for 3000 dpi for Photoshop. Does that mean if I'm scanning images in, all images must be scalled to 3000 dpi? This could mean for the largest and most intense file I've ever tried to process.. I want to do some collaging with images and such, so I'd like to stick with PS. But if its at 3000dpi, the file would then correctly have to be at full size? So it'd be a 6 foot tall by 8-12 inch wide canvas at 3000 dpi.
So basically when you viewed the photoshop file, it would give you a preview of everything at less than 1%. It just seems absurb to me and I wanted to make sure I'm all correct on this..and that everyone else is working on 3000dpi in Photoshop also. And if so, whats your canvas size at?
you just gave me a headache
last year the graphics had to be something like 100 cm tall at 300 dpi...I think?
when do last years come out
they do want it at full scale so when they print it.. its printable quality.. and not somehting someone stole off the web..
yeah i got it man. it was just shitty because they didn't translate the directions from french to english very well. i ended up running a 18.3 x 5cm 3000dpi file. so its all gooood
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