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    Recommended picture size for poster and brochure

    An organisation has asked me to take some pics for use in a brochure(booklet size) and possibly a poster.

    Just curious as to what size to hand to them or should I just hand them the default camera size which is 4288 x 2848.

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    The bigger the better I say, but, unless you are giving them an uncropped photos it's not going to be that size anyhow

    Also, make sure its 300dpi
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    yup, definitely the bigger the better regardless of print size

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