• Support


Profile image
  • Asked by
  • Tommy L.
  • |
  • January 30, 2012
  • |
  • Nobody else has this question

Can images be customized?

Hey Support Team

I actually do have a question as I’m looking at pricing. All the photos say 72dpi. Do you guys license 300dpi? Those would be the quality size we would need.

Official Answer

  • Answered by
  • Alessa
  • |
  • May 1, 2012
  • |
  • No one likes this yet

Hi Tommy.
"dpi" is a term used to describe "pixels per inch" and using an image in 300dpi instead of 72dpi basically just means that the image is, in a sense, more compact. The density is higher. This is something you can change in the settings for all images yourself, but if you need any assistance with this, we are more than happy to help you out.
In Photoshop, you should go to "Image" and then "Image Size..." where you will be able to specify what resolution you wish to use in either "pixels/inch" or "pixels/cm". If you write 300, you should be good. :)

Please let me know if you need any additional help.


Comment on "Can images be customized?"

ONLY Positive and constructive comments allowed