Putting pictures online

There's a terrific article in the September 2008 edition of Professional Artist Magazine by Steve Meltzer. I can't find an online version, but for all who are perplexed about DPI, PPI, and resizing digital images, pick up a copy of Art Calendar from your news stand and check out “A Primer on Putting Pictures on the Web.” (pages 34-35)

We also touched on digital photos in Web Site Basics: How to Get Your Art Online without Spending a Fortune.

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