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We use a Template system to create your prints
You can click on any "orange dotted line" to edit your text or image.

Digital Images
If you are going to upload your graphic please be sure it is:

• High quality JPEG
• RGB for front & backside (4/4 orders),

• 200 ppi (dpi)

Image Quality
"Garbage in is Garbage out": Don't be fooled with our Glossy UV Coating. Make sure your artwork is of a decent quality. The quality of your image source can make a big difference. If you use good equipment (a scanner or digital camera) or a good source (stock photography), then you'll end up with a good print. If, however, you use poor equipment or sources, then the end result is often blurry, unsaturated and deffinately pixelated.

Scanned in at 200 ppi
in RGB on a good scanner
Scanned in at 72 ppi
in RGB on a low res scanner
Good Quality Low Quality
• 2.4 MegaPixel or better digital camera • High resolution / high quality stock photography
• High resolution / high quality scanner (true high resolution, not interpolation)
• 2.0 MegaPixel or lower digital camera • Screen capture of video frame
• Low resolution / low quality stock photography
• Low resolution / low quality scanner
• Image copied off a webpage
Screen resolution (or the number of pixels required to display an image satisfactorily to a computer monitor is usually around 72 ppi ).

Print resolution (or the number of pixels required to display an image satisfactorily with ink on paper) is much higher - we require a resolution of 200 ppi. to have a satisfactory result.

Image interpolation When you “change the ppi” in a program like Adobe Photoshop, you are interpolating pixels. Interpolation means that you are asking the computer to calculate the pixels that are not there. Computers cannot add new data to sharpen the image, it can only add pixels that “fill the gaps.” What you end up with is a file that is at 200 ppi, but very blurry like the example above.

How do I fix it? You can not fix it unless you re-scan the original image. If you are in question, you can always eMail us your image for a professional opinion.

Convert to CMYK
You should be aware that your image coming directly from you Digital Camera is in RGB (red, green, blue), but your image will print in CMYK. Because of this difference in color space and gamut (range of colors), the image you see on your computer monitor may not match our print.


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