From memory I can change it with IRFANVIEW or other tools so this "data field" meets their specs. Think carefully about this and why it's not going to affect the picture in any way, shape or form.
IRFANVIEW is free and found with google.com
I have a 7 megapixel camera.
After taking pictures and opened it in Photoshop, the pictures are in 72 dpi thus image size is BIG - 42x32 inch!
Is this considered as low-res picture?
I need to submit some of these photos for work and they required min. 300 dpi.
Can I just change the resolution in Photoshop>Image>ImageSize?
I am thinking to uncheck ?Resample Image? and change the resolution to 300.
Is this the right way to do?
Is there a way to set the camera to take higher resolution (thus smaller in image size) pictures?
The only setting I can find is the megapixel option.