I have a magazine that wants to use one of my photos on the cover of their debut issue. I sent them a larger file than the one found online because the photo looked terribly pixelated when it was enlarged enough to fit the magazine cover (they had the cover preview on their site). They just emailed me and told me that their printer needs a 300dpi file. This wouldn't be a problem except for the fact that I shot it with film and had to scan at 3200dpi. Now I'm not to familiar with the world of publication and printing, but I honestly can't see why they couldn't use the file I sent them. Does anyone know if using a 3200 dpi image file would be a problem? I can't change the resolution without the shot shrinking down to miniscule dimensions.