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23 Jun

When Vector Art Is Really Vector

Understanding the differences between Illustrator and Photoshop

Vector versus Bitmap

When designing anything for print it is important to understand the difference between vector and bitmap. This is especially important for large or wide format. Vector art is completely scalable to any size without pixelating. Bitmap files have a fixed resolution and will pixelate when the resolution does not support the print size.

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15 Apr

InDesign for Large Format - Bad Idea!

I work in InDesign but my printer wants Illustrator files. What do I do?

InDesign is a great application for page layout, but not so good for large format. I haven't found a large format printer who will accept inDesign files. Illustrator is the perferred layout application for large format printing.

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08 Apr

Working With Really Large Files

My project has over 1 gig of files. Can I reduce this without sacrificing image quality?

YES! Following these steps will significantly reduce the final size of your production files. I will illustrate using examples from a 40-foot trailer wrap project.

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