So it has been a year for my photography. I think I have really grown and learned and improved on this great adventure.
Now I am getting serious and to the point where I feel my shots can be good enough for print.
The only thing like so many things I have been slow to learn is how exactly to do this to have the right pixels and size and resolution .
I have watched so many youtube videos on this but still am a bit confused. My understanding is with the raw size , which in my case is usually wideth 5184 and height 3456. Which for blog purpose I change and resize to 900 by 600. Resolution at 240 but change to 72.
Now with an unsized image on youtube many say to uncheck sample size and change that to at leaste 300 and then recheck it and put your dementions in example 8 by 10 and then select bicubic smoother for enlargements and then press ok.
Is this how you those who have this as a profession and have to make prints or is there a better way? I have prints done at Target,( I know but is the only place close and she said you need the resolution at leaste 1000?
Please come tell me what you do. There are some shots I have taken worthy of framing and if I am going to have any clients I want to do it right for the future.
Thanks. Resizing would be done from photoshop elements 9. Maybe someone could make a tutorial on this???
and here is one shot I thought of framing.