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Image size when doing digital painting

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Viridana
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Message posted at 03/11/2012, 12:14:19 PM by Viridana
I love to do digital paintings. But a painting bigger then 2400 + 1400 pixlar sometimes end up less then 2 mp. To me this is a little bit confusing.

If anyone can explaine to me - great!

And if I submit a painting to Dreamstime - how to count?


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Red
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Message posted at 03/11/2012, 12:31:41 PM by Red
Megabytes and megapixels are different, you are confusing the two - megapixel calculator
Don't worry about megabytes, you just need the image size to be at least 3 megapixels to submit. 2400 x 1400 pixels = 3.4 megapixels


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Viridana
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Message posted at 03/11/2012, 12:49:52 PM by Viridana
Great tip. I love this page. Thanks a lot.


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Igordabari
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Message edited at 03/12/2012, 11:45:12 AM by Igordabari
I have the same passion and digital painting is ~20% of my PF. Usually I try to do pictures 16-25 MP (NOT MEGABYTES). As I know larger sizes are more attractive for customers.

Best of luck!
I, me, myself + cameras: Canon 450d (for astrophoto...

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Risto40
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Message posted at 03/12/2012, 03:40:31 AM by Risto40
Let's not get confused:
MP = MegaPixel
MB = MegaByte
Canon.

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Igordabari
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Message posted at 03/12/2012, 11:46:04 AM by Igordabari

Originally posted by Risto40:
Quoted Message: Let`s not get confused:MP = MegaPixelMB = MegaByte


Thank you for pointing my attention to my VERY FUNNY misprinting. Surely, I ment MEGAPIXELS.
I, me, myself + cameras: Canon 450d (for astrophoto...

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