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Volume 25, Issue 01
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Are you ready for a home theater?...
Few shoppers can pass by the big-screen television display at their local electronics store without stepping back and imagining one in their own home. Package that television together with four speakers, a subwoofer for bass projection, and a DVD/CD/MP3 player and you've constructed your own home theater system....
Submission Guidelines for Digital Images
Getting quality digital images from you is our top priority. Since we are a large format, full color magazine, it is very important for us to get good images to start with.
Here's a couple of tidbits to keep in mind about most digital images.
If the size of your digital image is 640x480 pixels at 72 DPI that equates to an image that will print at 2-1/8" x 1-1/2". Our 4-color printing process will convert your 640x480 72 DPI image into a 160x120 300 DPI image. That means the image you see on your computer screen will actually print at only 25% of that size!
You should never try to scan an image from a printed brochure or magazine. First and foremost, you may be violating federal copyright laws. Every image you see used commercially has been copyrighted and is someone else's property. That would be stealing! You may however be able to obtain permission from the image's owner to use the image... usually for a fee.
Please don't give us images like the one on the right!
When you send us digital images, you MUST use the following guidelines: