I have had this perception that for a given size, higher resolution pictures will always look better than the lower ones.
But on this link in StackOverFlow I read something different.
So my questions :
- For a fixed size, better resolution images will always look better ?
- Does this improvement, if at all, depends on the kind of display and underlying hardware etc (for eg is this above case specific for Apple)
- Should I always try getting better resolution images ? or there is a limit after which human eyes will not really be able to differentiate this improvement because of resolution change ?
PS : I am not taking about the print qualities of these images, but the visual experience one gets from seeing them on screen.
I will clarify more.
I have to use an image of size 800x600px(Fixed).
I have 3 options : 900 dpi Image, 600 dpi image, 4oo dpi image, all in size 800x600px.
Is it always a good idea to use 900 dpi above 600 and 400 ?
And above stated questions follows with this data.