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Well, with the info we have here we can only give you some general guidelines. For the dimensions part, depends on the size of the poster, do you want it A3, that is 297mm by 420mm, resolution is safe to have it at 300 pixel/inch. This will give you a document of exactly 3508 x 4961 pixels. Anything other than that, is just as you called it, a guessing ...


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Resolution or dimensions? For "resolution" ask what machine they are working with and google the specs. In real life print an image, either you like it or you do not. For sizes, again, go to your local store or call them and ask. The "guessing games" is probably your game. You need to ble clear on what information you need to know. One thing is a color ...


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Try this: Hide the second layer Make the first layer grayscale Use edge detection filters to highlight edges of the background landscape Adjust levels and invert if necessary to get thin black lines on white background Show the second layer and switch it to MULTIPLY mode


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The CMYK has nothing to do to resolution. It does not "damage" the color either. Actually there is nothing you cand do but send it as RGB or CMYK. An Inkjet printer makes its own internal transformation, in this case if the ammount of cyan or magenta is low for light colors, pastel ones, simply it uses the light color, and if you need a more vivid one it ...


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When you are printing, the file dpi (resolution) is what determines the overall quality of the print. Computer screen resolution is 72dpi as opposed to print resolution which is 300dpi. The actual color representation will come into play in the quality, but the more cartridges that are used the better the results should appear. The printer will mix the ...



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