Photo Preview DT Style!

posted on 4th of november, 2009


This is a fast tip...
If you want to see how your image looks when published on DT, do the following using Photoshop...

1- Open your photo (Illustration);
2- Change the resolution from 300DPI to 72DPI;
3- Resize your image to width 300 pixels for landscape images or the height to 350 pixels for portrait ones;
4- From the filter menu choose the sharpen -> sharpen;
5- From File menu go to Save for web, choose the jpg format with 85% quality.

That's it!

Now you will see the image the way it will show on DT if it was accepted and with out the watermark of course :)

Cheers ;)

Comments (22)

Posted by Mani33 on November 23, 2009
Thank you guys for your comments!
Mitch1921 you can say even when I leave the computer it's connected :P
Posted by Mitch1921 on November 08, 2009
Your blogs are always useful and make people smile :)
Thanks for your nice comments for me.
I wonder.... Are you always online? LoL
Good luck
Posted by Adeliepenguin on November 06, 2009
Yes, thank you. I am also going to give it a try.
Posted by Fsali on November 06, 2009
I have learn something new today and it is very informing I am waiting to see if my second set of photos will be accepted, thanks for the info .
Posted by Mani33 on November 05, 2009
Hi Joe, actually the submission is always 300dpi
The common web resolution is 72dpi... But thank you for paying my attention to this because I found photos previewed with 300dpi as well!

Thank you all... Leslie thank you twice :))

Cheers ;)
Posted by Joe1971 on November 05, 2009
why did change the resolution from 300DPI to 72DPI?I usually used the resolution was 300DPI.
Posted by Titania1980 on November 05, 2009
I wouldn't thought of this! how have you discovered?
thank you, it's useful :)
Posted by Keki on November 05, 2009
thanks !! will try :)
Posted by Ponytail1414 on November 05, 2009
Useful as always, Maen!
Posted by Ponytail1414 on November 05, 2009
Useful as always, Maen!
Posted by Claudiofichera on November 05, 2009
Thanks Maen! is very useful.
Posted by Dmccale on November 05, 2009
Thanks Maen I will check it out
Hugs Debbie
Posted by Yuritz on November 05, 2009
nice advice,never checked it!
Posted by Patl on November 05, 2009
Thanks Maen, that is helpfor info.
Posted by Mani33 on November 05, 2009
Thank you all!
I just meant this for who wants to see how the buyer will see it!
There are some details on photos that might not look clear on smaller size... Have a nice day! Cheers ;)
Posted by Starblue on November 05, 2009
Interesting information, I like to read how is made preview on DT. :-) I would be just curious why there is the step 4 - sharpen?
Posted by Picstudio on November 05, 2009
I will really give try to this one.
Posted by Aginger on November 05, 2009
Yapp, really useful - photos have quite different look at large size and thumbnail...
Posted by Ebamo on November 05, 2009
Thanks , this is really useful!
Posted by smartview27 on November 05, 2009
Great, Maen! I hope it will work!
Posted by Marilyngould on November 04, 2009
Okay, something fun to try - thanks!
Posted by Conceptualcreations on November 04, 2009
thanks maen, good advice!

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