Archive for February 2021
What Is The Optimal Resolution For Digital Imagery To Print?
Have you ever tried downloading an image from a website and printing it out at a larger size? How did it look? Chances are, not as good as you expected. Unless you reduced the image to the size of a postage stamp, the print probably looked blurred or seemed made up of colored blocks. Having…Read More
What Is A Printing Proof?
Are you concerned about how your print project will turn out? Do you want to make sure that the final print is as close as possible to the design you initially approved? A printing proof is what you need. Many factors could affect the outcome of printed work and change how it looks from the…Read More
Is White Considered A Printing Color?
If you’ve ever had to get some work done by a printer, the chances are that it involved overlaying colored ink on white paper. Even in the typical home or office environment, you probably print colored images on white cardstock, paper, or some other type of neutral white material. But have you ever thought about…Read More
Do Colors Differ From Digital To Print?
Have you ever wondered why the colors of your final prints often differ from the colors of your digital file? Wouldn’t you like to retain the same colors from the beginning of the production process to the end? This article should help you get to the bottom of your color-related issues. Picture this scenario: you…Read More