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Asked to design a large banner.How should I start? [duplicate]

I'm asked to design a large banner 10m * 4m. I'm not sure how should I start with Photoshop. Should I create one with small size and high resolution? What is the number of PPI suitable for this size? ...
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300 dpi photo enlarged to 44 foot banner? [duplicate]

If I purchase a scenic photo from Shutterstock that says 5586px x 3724px, and 18.6" x 12.4" @ 300 dpi, can this photo be enlarged to a huge 40ft x 6ft banner without appearing extremely pixelated? ...
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What dimensions should my Illustrator artboard be when designing for a wallpaper for the walls of my office? [duplicate]

I am planning to design some patterned wall paper for the walls of my office and I was wondering if there are recommended dimensions for the artboard when designing it via illustrator.
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What resolution should large formatted photography be for print? [duplicate]

I have been given a request to re-size and up the resolution on a handful of images to be printed 40 in. x 30 in. to be hung on the walls in a new facility conference room where clients will see them. ...
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Want to print a menu but i started with low dimensions [duplicate]

I designed a menu for a pizza restaurant but it seems that the dimensions and dpi is low. These are the dimensions, could someone tell me if this is okay for printing or not. Dimensions: 595x842 ...
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How much can I scale a photo before the quality will degrade [duplicate]

I'm thinking of purchasing a photo on iStock to make a poster size print. I'm pretty familiar with resolution and how it works, but before forking out the money and ending up with a print that might ...
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What happens to print quality if I double the DPI at the same dimensions? [duplicate]

I have a photo in 72DPI w70 h50 but the printing company tells me i ned a higher DPI. So what happens with the quality if I double the DPI to 144DPI but keep the size w70 h50?
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Optimal scanned resolution for final printing at 1 x 2,5 m [duplicate]

We have a piece of artwork (~21 x 30 cm) originally scanned at 300 dpi Should we rescan it at another resolution if it is going to be printed on a poster of 1 x 2,5 m ? Thanks in advance
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What size should an image be for printing a very large (10m x 2m) banner [duplicate]

I work as a graphic designer and until know I have worked only in vector. Now I have to do a very big banner like a landscape and I have to use a photo for this. What is an acceptable resolution for ...
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Designing Large banners in illustrator cs4 [duplicate]

I am designibg a banner 6' by 4' at what resolution should an image 2' by 3.5' I would like to use be?
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If I need to create a large format poster @ 120 dpi can the image on the poster be @ 120 dpi as well? [duplicate]

If I need to create a large format poster that's supposed to be printed at 120 dpi can the image on the poster have an effective DPI of 120 dpi as well?
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Resizing 280m print in Adobe Photoshop [duplicate]

So basically my client wants to make a custom whooping 280m print that i think is being used for the floor. I dont know how this works (if its with a sticker or something) but its basically a walkable ...
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What Resolution Do I need for A Massive Company Sign in Photoshop? [duplicate]

I'm making a flat company sign for outside our building and the sizes are: Left Sign: (Width) 8.0 Meters x 0.850M (Length) Right Sign: (Width) 7.0 Meters x 0.850M (Length) I have 2 questions. What ...
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I am designing a very large banner. I have a simple question [duplicate]

Sorry for such a lame question but, when I blow up my image to 350 inches wide in photoshop and zoom in to 100%, the picture looks blurry, but as I zoom out it looks perfect. Would the same effect ...
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What is the proper sizing/image/resolution or whatever for shooting artwork for submission? [duplicate]

I create colored pencil art and I'm very confused about the whole thing of resolution: A professional print provider is doing the photo shoot of my artwork, and I was just handed an image that is 72 ...

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