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I have an online photo storage account with “snapfish/hp”. on this site you have the ability to create various photo projects (ie scrap books, collages, photo books, etc etc). first you upload whatever photos you choose, to the site. Then, you drag & drop them onto the project template provided.

After dragging & dropping I got a warning that the photo is “72 dpi” & that I need a photo that is “300 dpi” or better for best results.

what am I not doing or is there a way to ensure that photos I download from my camera’s memory card are “300 dpi or better”?

normally, i set my camera to take photos at a min of 2048 x 1536 pixels & a quality setting of “fine” (which is “low compression”, giving priority to picture quality). & the file is a “jpeg”.

would taking pics in a “raw” or “tiff” format & a larger size (ie 3248 x 2448), ensure a dpi of 300 or better?

Thanks in advance for any/all assistance.

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