[scribus] Question about photo DPI, book margins

Pam daMonium jnkml44105 at rocketmail.com
Thu Mar 3 03:18:33 CET 2011

Thank you for the reply, Gregory. I am couching my relative, helping her develop her photography skills. She already issues a similar blog, so she has some basics already. 

I immediately needed to know if 300 dpi was enough for a cookbook, so I guess it is. The chapters will be of various lengths depending on the crops available at the time. For example, September will have many more veggies for her to work with than December will. That technical info about PDF batches is what I need to know. 

QUESTON: Once the various PDF chapters/bundles are created, how are they united afterward?

And fonts can be clear and beautiful because of it.  :^)

--- On Thu, 3/3/11, Gregory Pittman <gregp_ky at yahoo.com> wrote:

...150-300 DPI is adequate, especially for something like you're talking about.

...a book-sized document with a lot of pictures, dividing up the document into 20-30 page chapters/chunks...

...focus on legibility, not how pretty a font is to you.


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