Hey folks. I have some dpi questions... The fujis create jpgs that are between 3.5 and 5.5 megs, and are 300 dpi. When I open / edit these jpgs in; 1. Photoshop -- I get 72 dpi files in return. I'm sure I can change that, I just never noticed it. 2. MS Office -- I get 72 dpi files. I cannot change it. 3. Polarr (a new online editor that I actually like a lot): I get 180 dpi files, and cannot change it. I can save at one of 4 preset quality levels, which range from like 460k to 16 megs, but all sizes are 180 dpi, so it's the worst of both worlds -- lowered dpi, and enormous files clogging my hard drive. Are these editors lowering my dpi, blowing up my file size, and then leaving me no option to undo all that? Again I get that PS probably allows whatever I want, I just can't use it during the day, which is when I have the most time to peck away at images. How and why do editing programs do this?