Photoshop/Elements: How can I know if my photo is high resolution or not?

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I would like to know if my photo than I will photoshop is an high resolution photo or not... If it's an high resolution, is it possible for you to manage me to put this one on CMYK Jpeg
Thanks!!!
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"high" resolution is always relative to it's intended output or purpose.

For print, 300 to 2400 ppi can be considered "high resolution".
For the web, 72 to 200 ppi is normal.
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Ok Thanks....and how ca I know if my photo is on CMYK mode?
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Check the metadata in Bridge, or open it and look at the title bar or Image->Mode menu.
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Bridge has never been included in any Windows versions, and is no longer available in recent Mac PSE version.
PSE does not support CMYK, but if you try to open a CMYK image, you get a warning message that the file will be converted to RGB.