Photo for Press or Program DAVE PHOTO
The image shown above is a 72dpi jpeg. This image is available as a 5×7 inch, 300dpi .tif file. The file size for this download is about 3 meg. If you have the wherewithal, you can take this into your photo editor or layout program and use it in your article or to make your own poster. This photo must show the photo credit to: Daniel Corrigan.
Caution: If you double-click the download link below, your browser will open whatever program you have that handles .tif files and proceed to download the photo to your screen. This takes about two minutes on my 270Kbps DSL line, but it could take awhile if you’re hanging off a 56k modem and you may only see a corner of it at one time. I think you can avoid this by:
WINDOWS Platform: RIGHT-CLICK on the link and choose Save Link As. Pick the directory on your hard drive into which you wish to download the photo.
MAC Platform: Hold down OPTION key and click on the link. Choose Save File As and pick the directory on your hard drive into which you wish to download the photo.
This may TAKE A WHILE if you’re hanging off a modem line.
Remember, your monitor will only display at 72dpi–once you load this photo into your program and print it out, it will appear much sharper because it will be at 300dpi. It’s still pretty dotty, though, even if you print it at 600dpi. Anyone who knows how to do this so clicking on the image will give you a box that says: “Save as a file?” and a printout of that file will produce a reasonable image — I’d appreciate your telling me what the hell I’m doing wrong here…