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sjlocke
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Posted Mon Jan 10, 2005 10:24PM
Hey,

Can't find it in my searching. What is the minimum size for a 3 credit image?

Thanks.
barsik
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Posted Mon Jan 10, 2005 10:27PM
I believe it's 1800x2400
AzureLaRouxCLOSED
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Posted Mon Jan 10, 2005 10:33PM
"What multiple-file sizes will be created when I upload my photos?
When you upload your files to iStockphoto, our servers calculate the sizes the image will be available in, and the corresponding cost. If a file is larger than 1200x1600 (1,920,000 pixels) but smaller then 1800x2400 (4,320,000 pixels), only a medium and a small version will be created. If the file is equal to or greater than 1800x2400, then all three sizes—small, medium, and large—will be created.

Size Pixels* Approximate Print Size* Cost
Small 600x800 2"x 3" @ 300dpi 1 credit
Medium 1200x1600 4" x 5" @ 300dpi 2 credits
Large >=1800x2400 >6" x 8" @ 300dpi 3 credits

*Sample dimensions only. Actual dimensions depend on the sze of the original uploded file.

Files that appear to be rezzed-up (made larger then the original) or that contain unnecessary surrounding white-space will be rejected."



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