In other words, what is the smallest printed size which will retain full resolution? The nice thing about inkjet technology is that it deals with low-resolution sources so much more gently than the halftone process. Yes, but a printer is not an imagesetter. They can usually make it that big AND put it on something other than cheap copy paper. Toronto Image Works http: If I work with large dimensions like this for prints in the future, is there any reason to go with something greater than ppi? However when I export the image as a png with transparent background, the final resolution of the design is x pixels.

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It would easily fit on a standard business card. However when I export the image as a png with transparent background, the final resolution of the design is x pixels. So you want to export a x pixel document and have it stay at exactly those dimensions? You can not post a blank message. This means your image would be 1. In fact, there’s a lot of debate still about what resolution is actually necessary, compounded by the sekrit image processing stuff that the inkjet driver and hardware does to your image during printing.


Look to a real print shop not kinko’s or quickiprint. So I’m making some graphics for a friend that wants to apply it on a t-shirt.

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Good to know, thanks! There’s not a lot of reason to go higher then dpi unless your image has extremely fine detail, and that will depend on how your image was created. More technical info here.

Thanks you all for your answers. This is because for the print DPI, many more droplets of ink drops may be required to reproduce a single color accurately. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. I guess that’s completely subjective and also dependent on 7000s7000 distance Since inkjets and giclees which is French for ‘inkjet with more markup’ use a screening technology more akin to stochastic but with the added fun of variable dropletsthe formula isn’t so concrete.

What’s the workaround for this? You don’t have JavaScript enabled. Imagesetters don’t print color dots, so DPI is useless.

As for specifications for print you’ll need to always ask the print service for their specifications. Just upload and print.

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Toronto Image Works http: I’m guessing since I know my dimensions, I’ll just stick with 72 ppi. Say I’m wanting to print a poster sized piece, and have it at ppi. Just leave the ppi at Note that the dpi standard is based on conventional offset printing commonly run at a line per inch screen. That’s almost an 8ft by 8ft poster.


The map, beautifully done, is a x JPEG and I would like to have it printed in full color, in one piece, without any loss in resolution.

As for the PPI and resolution thing, please refer to your favourite search engine, there are dozens of tutorials about it. In other words, what is the 7000c7000 printed size which will retain full resolution?

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I’m guess the ppi setting triples the original canvas dimensions? Can anyone recommend where I might get it printed? It’s nearly meaningless to just quote DPI numbers as a measure of 0700×7000 quality of printing unless you add some context such as halftone frequency. The Xerox DocuColor pdf http: A pixel by pixel can be printed at 2 dpi if you print it large enough.