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Art Files – What Kind Do You Need

Resolution

Knowing how image resolution works can make large format digital printing a breeze. Digital artwork is made up of tiny dots of color, called pixels. The more pixels per printed inch the sharper and more detailed the image is. Most image resolutions are measured in Dots per inch (DPI). Resolution settings can be found on computer monitors, printing equipment, digital artwork files (such as JPEG, TIF, and PSD), as well as the printed product.

Large Format Resolutions

Ideally, your digital file containing artwork should be set to us at the finished size for the print that you selected in your order. At full size, your digital image should be between 100 and 150 DPI (Dots Per Inch) in resolution. At this resolution, you can be sure that any of the pixels in the digital image are much too small to be seen on the final print. A low resolution image or print will appear grainy, rough, or pixilated.

Beware of Low Resolution Images

The logo from your corporate website, your business card layout in a JPEG format, clipart… What do these have in common? These are examples of low resolution images, that need to be enlarged to fit the size of your large format print. From time to time we are able to enlarge an image to fit your print, but only when the resolution of the smaller image is high enough.

How does Resolution Affect my Print?

Print resolutions do vary based on the particular piece of equipment used to produce your print. For example our standard vinyl banner print can print up to 720 DPI, while our poster prints can realize even higher degrees of sharpness. Depending on how detailed your artwork is, most full color prints will come out just great at between 100 to 150 DPI at full size.

YOU ALWAYS SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF YOUR LOGO IN   .AI  FORMAT “ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR”  VS. 8 OR OLDER AND ANYONE CAN USE IT

This is a notice
to all John Fulling’s Website Customers

John’s web business
WebRushLLC
your data, email, web files have been turn over to control of John’s Estate
Attorney. He will be handling anything that pertains to your websites going
forward he is your point of contact.

R. Lee Money Attorney At Law

310 West Main Street Greenwood, In 46142

317-865-9607

rlmoneyattylaw@nullaol.com