JAR­GON BUSTER

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Pixel Res­o­lu­tion is the de­tail that a dig­i­tal im­age has. It is usu­ally mea­sured by dpi (dots per inch) and the higher the res­o­lu­tion the sharper an im­age is and the

more de­tail it has. As a gen­eral rule, to print an im­age it needs to be 300dpi.

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