I have a question about image size vs image resolution vs pixel count. I've been shooting all my images so far at the highest image size or resolution of 2000 x 3008 pixels. When I check the image size in PS7 the default resolution is 300 dpi, the image size is about 6x10 rougly and the pixel count is 2000 x 3008 pixels. If I crop with the option boxes cleared the image size and pixel count will adjust but not the resolution; it remains at 300 dpi. If I crop with an image size constraint in the crop options field (say 5 x 7) then the resolution adjusts as well as the pixel count and the image size; and this is expected since I specified the image size and the three are all dependent on each other. No resampling has been done at this point. I've read that to get a better quality print you should use an image resolution that divdes into the resolution of your printer evenly. I have a Canon i950 and the resolution is 4800 dpi so that leaves an image resolution of 480, 400, 320, 300, 240, 200, 192, etc. that can be used then. When I crop a 2000 x 3008 pixel 300 dpi image using a 8.5 x 11 image size contraint the resolution drops to some arbitrary dpi below 300. Is this going to be an issue when I print or should I resample to the next resolution that divides into 4800. I don't want to resample down and throw away resolution and I've read that you never really want to sample up either. I'm a little comfused. If I crop an image at 4.25 x 5.5 and the resolution is say 300 and I fit to sheet during printing on an 8.5x11 sheet isn't it the same print quality and resolution as if I cropped the same image at 8.5x11 which would be and didn't have to fit to sheet? I like cropping with image size constraints turned on so I know I won't get any more cropping during printing. Should I even be conserned about the image resolution not divding into the printer resolution evenly? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.