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Number 54! In today's news I talked about a wireless monitor for Canon cameras, awesome photos from the Civil War, Adobe Lightroom for the iPad 'leak' and some amazing retouching done on a Rolex watch. Also today I went over what 'website hosting', 'domain names' are and suggestions on what email platform to go with. Cazillion questions today were on DPI/PPI in digital files and which is my favorite lens. Keep Shooting!

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0 # Dwayne 2014-01-20 18:23
Please don't continue with the "yaaaa!" "Boooo!" ratings system.

Thanks for putting out these "Keep Shooting Mondays" really enjoying the series.
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0 # Sterling Steves 2014-01-20 18:39
You were very close on your recollection about the lpi guidelines and ppi. 150 x 2. The doubling rule was safe and easy to tell people and for them to remember. 240 was actually kind of the minimum you could get away with and still get a good image. Other common lpi's were 133 and 120 for typical printed pieces and magazines on a sheetfed press. I think the distinction that you make on dpi and ppi was accurate but for all intents and purposes, a pixel is a dot, just not a printed one. When someone says dpi meaning ppi, it is a bit of a red flag but it is so much in the vernacular that i don't think much of it. However when someone tells me that they want a 300dpi image without speccing how large it needs to be printed, that does tell me they don't know what they are talking about since its entirely easy to create a 1 in square 300dpi image that would not be useful for almost anything. Final dimensions are required to properly size an image.
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2014-01-21 09:22
Thanks Sterling!
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0 # captmike 2014-02-20 14:37
Please DO continue with the "yaaaa, Booooo" rating system
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