Pixilated Photos

Computer screens and office printers have a different resolution than presses do. Thus, artwork that look great on your screen or from your printer can look pixilated in the final product.

To avoid this, make sure that:

  • Your artwork files are at least 300 dpi minimum
  • An photos or images you use are at least 300 dpi at their print size

If you are unsure about the quality of your images, we would be happy to check them for you before the print process begins.

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