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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:03 pm 
Hi all first post in this section!

I did my first low key wedding 3 weeks ago and all went well :-) I'm giving the happy couple a CD so that 'he' can put together the wedding album.
My question is - what lengh and width do I make the Jpegs so the quality is high and they will get good prints from them?

Also while I'm here ;-)

What width and lengh is best for a HQ slide show? Exporting in Jpegs?
Is cranking up the quality slide bar enough?

Cheers :-)

Mark


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>"what lengh and width do I make the Jpegs so the quality is high and they will get good prints from them?"

Since "good" is subjective, I would just ask the person doing the printing what s/he would like--length, width and resolution.

Ditto for the slideshow - the other Mark


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I would keep the jpegs as big as possible to get the highest quality.

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