> Sending manuscript with color photos to a book publisher. I received
> photos via email from a photograper friend. Viewing in My Pictures
> is great both received and when sent to other friends via email.
> (Explorer 7) All photos were converted in Digital Imaging Suite 6 to
> 600 dpi for submission. When emailed as attachments, or within
> manuscript, all are converting to 96dpi. They have to be minimum
> 300dpi for commercial printing. Publisher also converted pics to
> 300dpi at their end and returned to me to be inserted into manscript.
> The same result...converted 96dpi.
> We have also tried Publisher and Picasa with same result. Trying to
> get this cookbook to press...desperately need advise. We are all
> stymied. Thanks DD1225
I would suspect that your 600 dpi files
are several MBs each and may be
too large for e-mail...especially if you
attach several to one message.
Try the following...open Windows Mail
and click the Create Mail button.
On the New Message screen click the
Attachment button (paperclip) and
browse to the folder that contains the
files. Choose one and try sending it.
Also it may be worth a try to upload
all the images to a site like the following
and send your recipients a link for down-
loading the files to their hard drive.
All you have to do is enter any e-mail
address in the Recipient field and
click the browse button to select the
image you wish to upload. Then
click the "Send It" button.
The next screen that appears will give
you the download link. Just copy/paste
it into a message to your recipient.
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