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16"x20" cityscapes - what version do I buy/download

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Message posted at 06/12/2010, 23:09:36 PM by Bluewarriorhk
This is my first time using dreamstime. I want to download some cityscapes to frame.



Looking for about 16" x 20". What would be the best version to buy?



Any guidance would be appreciated!


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Melonstone
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Message posted at 06/13/2010, 04:05:14 AM by Melonstone
Hi Bluewarriorhk & welcome to DT - I think you should contact Admin. Someone from Admin might pick up your message from here, but it will probably be quicker to contact them direct. I know, it's a weekend, so you may have to wait until tomorrow.....
CANON EOS 50D

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Bogdan
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Message posted at 06/13/2010, 05:25:57 AM by Bogdan
The highest resolution available will offer the best quality for your prints. I think one would need "Large" size at least to get decent quality for framing.



Bogdan
Body: Canon EOS 60D (18MP) Lenses: Canon EF 17-40...

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Bradcalkins
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Message edited at 06/13/2010, 12:56:54 PM by Bradcalkins
Below each size in pixels is an estimated size in cm or inches. You can click on that link and it shows you both metric and inches at 300dpi and 72dpi. The dpi you need to print at varies with how far the viewing distance is, etc., but generally 240 or higher will give very nice prints. I would stick to Extra Large or Maximum if you intend to have a best quality print...
Fast primes, Olympus OM-D EM-1, 12-40mm f/2.8

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Message posted at 06/22/2010, 21:15:27 PM by Bluewarriorhk
Thanks all for your response. I'll let you know how my prints turn out :)


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