Accepted File Resolution
Resolution often calculated as the Dots Per Inch (DPI) or the Pixels Per Inc (PPI); refer to the possible number of dots that can fit into a one- inch dimension,both vertically as well horizontally.
To ensure the printing resolution of an image in Photoshop, you can follow the given procedure:
- Go to ‘Image’ and then click on the ‘Image size’.
- View ‘Resolution section’ and set resolution to 300 dpi.
To ensure the printing resolution of an image in Acrobat, set the View to 300%. If the image looks blurred, it is a low resolution image.
Ensure Higher Image Resolution for Printing
If the view is set to 300% and the image still appears to be blurred, it indicates that the image possesses low quality and resolution. For printing a higher quality image, it must appear precise and clear.
Tips For High Resolution Image
Do Not Stretch 72 dpi Image to 300 dpi
Enlarging the image from 72 dpi to 300 dpi gives it a vague impression. 4x6 inches image of 72 dpi, looks smaller when imported to 300 dpi. This is not the case for larger pictures as in that case the picture size is big enough to be imported to 300 dpi.
Inaccurate Resolution Adjustment
If the Resolution of an image is set to 72 dpi by default, changing it to 300 dpi will definitely affect the picture clarity and it will appear imprecise.