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--- Dennis Kramb <dkramb@badbear.com> wrote:

> I just figured
> out that the low-quality setting on my camera will
> NOT take well-focused
> images.  I have to set it on high-quality and then
> reduce the dpi later to
> get a manageable file.

Hi Dennis,

Can you or someone please explain what the above
paragraph means? I only am familiar with SLR
photography. With digital photography, do you not have
the ability to play with your depth of field? Thanks
in advance.


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