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Paris catacombs English map (x) • r/paris | Creepy | Catacombs, Paris, Map
I’m guessing since I know my dimensions, I’ll just stick with 72 ppi. I guess that’s completely subjective and also dependent on view distance I’m guess the ppi setting triples the original canvas dimensions? If you are the copyright holder, MPix does beautiful prints up to 20×30″.
If you don’t understnd what they want, ask them. The nice thing about inkjet technology is that it deals with low-resolution sources so much more gently than the halftone process. However when I export the image as a png with transparent background, the final resolution of the design is x pixels.
Otherwise, size in inches or mm: Since when is laser printing not conventional? Actually, after reading your posts, I think I’m misunderstanding the printing process. As for the PPI and resolution thing, please refer to your favourite search engine, there are dozens of tutorials about it.
Send questions for Cecil Adams to: I have also found that when necessary, as low as ppi works fine with most inkjets, particularly when we’re doing wall-sized stuff that will be viewed from more than a couple of feet away. This is not your typical Kinkos. It would easily fit on a standard business card.
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So I’m making some graphics for a friend that wants to apply it on a t-shirt. You can not post a blank message. And in my experience even that is rare. I said conventional printing, not laser printing. Only the number of pixels matters. As for specifications for 70000×7000 you’ll need to always ask the print service for their specifications.
Go to original post. Please type your message and try again. 7000z7000 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.
Like was said above, you want to keep at dpi if possible, but if the image is only going to be seen from a distance and there isn’t very small detail you can probably make do with a dpi smaller than that. You can later open the exported file in Photoshop and set a different resolution, but this won’t change the number of pixels in the file. 70000×7000
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Imagesetters don’t print color dots, so DPI is useless. A pixel by 77000×7000 can be printed at 2 dpi if you print it large enough. I have an awesome colour map of the Paris Catacombs. A dpi imagesetter can indeed draw x black or white dots in a given square inch, all individually addressable.
I know someone who has art-quality poster-size prints done in Toronto. I think I need to be asking two questions: I lean toward the latter figure.
Each color plane cyan, magenta, yellow and black is technically dpi, but it’s divided up into little cells in order to give better control of color levels, so there are really only individually settable “pixels” of color per inch.
Now each cell has different levels of gray it can display, but you only have of these cells per inch. Say I’m wanting to print a poster sized piece, and have it at ppi.