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Response to Silent3 (Reply #13)

Thu Jan 1, 2015, 04:45 PM

16. I absolutely get the concept of original resolution size

impacting real available image information. One of the worst mistakes I did when I got my first digital camera in... 2004, I think it was, was to resize my favorite vacation photos down and save them as overwritten original files. The idea being it would save computer space. Had no idea I wouldn't be able to make them big again, and was horribly surprised when I wanted to just blow it up to a 5x7 and it looked like a hooked rug pattern. Haven't had the resources to think about enlargements again until now.

The "frame" I'll be using is an old window, complete with warped glass, possibly from a Victorian-era building. The image quality you're describing should be sufficient for the application. Thank you!

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