I pushed this idea out to the twitters yesterday and it had a great response, so I’m going to go for it. This session will aim to explain image resolution from top to bottom; what pixels and megapixels mean, what dpi or ppi (dots or pixels per inch) means, when size matters, and so-on.
Short notice, but this will be Saturday February 9th 2013 at 7pm PST. It will be broadcast free on Google+ although there won’t be any guests; just me. I’ll try to embed the broadcast on this site as it happens so you can watch it here, although if you want to participate in the conversation and ask questions, that’ll have to happen on Google+.
Since resolution isn’t an Aperture-specific topic, I’ll be bouncing around between Aperture and Photoshop and some keynote slides to try to best make the point.
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