Faults: scanning resolution

The resolution of the scan is unnecessarily high (usually applied to scans with a 600DPI or higher). The screening dots are large and images tend to be very blurry.

Printing resolution varies with the quality of the item/publication, but it doesn't have fine details over 300DPI. Images should be scanned above 300DPI to prevent moiré, but then downscaled some time during the editing process.
Updated by Aurelia almost 10 years ago