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How do I increase pixel size of image without it deteriorating?


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Chris148

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I have an image which is 1490 pixels wide and 300dpi and it's just over 2MB. I have been asked to provide a digital photograph to a magazine and they have requested it to be 1800 pixels wide which they said would be about 12MB. Can I increase the pixels without the image deteriorating and how would I do this?

Edited by Chris148, 10 July 2009 - 05:39 AM.

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Dianna Gail

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I have scanned a photo for making my own font. The company is requesting a width of 1000 to 4000 and a height of more than 1000 and not more than 5000. My image is width 1275 and height 1750. They blocked my uploading to because they say it isn't big enough. I haven't contacted them yet to ask why it isn't acceptable but how would I increase it with out it deteriorating? Have you any ideas on this?
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