[Gimp-user] Need Gimp DPI increased

Bludigo <forums gimpusers com> writes:

the GIMP image properties say 900 x 572 pixels.

That's much too low... Either you took a low-res picture (simple mobile
phone?) or you downscaled it in the Gimp.

For a canvas print as you mentioned 3000x2000 is more realistic.

Check the original image, the one before you started manipulating it. If
this is of sufficient resolution you can retry to manipulate a new copy
without downscaling it.

-- Johan

Hi Johan, and thanks for your time.

I opened a photo (JPEG) in Gimp...I am a novice so do not know if I did or did not downscale it...how would I 
I used cubist feature, whirl and pinch and mosaic...saved and closed the image...but when I went to print the 
printer said its too 'small;..can't blow it up

Photo details - width 1000 pixels x length 637 pixels, hor. res. 72dpi  vert. res 72dpi
bit depth 24
But I need a GIMP expert to look at the file and kindly assist.
the manipulation is valuable to me not the photo of my artwork...I need Gimp experts definitely.

Bludigo (via gimpusers.com)

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