I have a slight issue.
Part of my job is to photograph products, edit in photoshop to clients required size and send them off for them to post on websites/magazines etc.
Now I have never had an issue with this before, the camera produces a JPEG image at 72dpi, and a CR2 image at 240dpi duplicate, so i've had plenty of choice and with 300dpi being the general required size, it's never been an issue to just whack 300dpi in PSD image size.
Now a company has said it's not accepting the images recently because they haven't been shot in 300dpi, I personally don't see how they can tell when i've been using 240dpi images and bumping it up a little bit? Any ideas how I can resolve this?
And also, these products are garden buildings, extremely landscape as you can imagine, and they would like them in A4 portait without stretch, now I didn't take these photo's so they're all landscape, can this be done in PSD without stretching? or do they physically need to be reshot?
Thanks in advance for any advice/help/tips etc.