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What should the resolution for my image or graphic be?

For printing small format images (12″ x 18″ or less) the image should be set at 300 dpi. For a large format print, the resolution can be as low as 150 dpi images, depending on viewing distance. Please note that graphics pulled from a website tend to be 72 dpi and reproduce very poorly. Avoid using those graphics because they will look pixelated when printed.

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What should the resolution for my image or graphic be?

Resolution should be set at 300 dpi. Image quality is very important in how graphics will reproduce. FYI, Graphics pulled from the internet tend to be 72 dpi and reproduce very poorly. Avoid using those graphics because they will look pixelated when printed. Read More

Do you prefer RGB or CMYK?

If possible, save all graphics in CMYK mode.  RGB do not typically print as true to color as CMYK.... Read More

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