All this time, and all the reading in trying to figure this out, but still can't rap my head around it.
Everything I see a tutorial on something, a resolution of 72 is used. But I was always under the impression that a res of 300 is what one should be using, and have always done so.
I was hoping that this could be explained as if you were talking to my 5 year old Daughter. hehe Including the basic explanation, I would love the following questions addressed.
1. When creating in PS, or editing an image, when should one use a res of 72? or 300? and why?
2. How does this affect printing?
3. Why is an image in 72 so much larger in physical size than 300?
I'm begging you, if I can't figure this out I might have to go postal on my cat.