While I was attending photography classes in college one of the many important aspects of our assignments was resolution. In my assignments this was achieved with my DLSR camera and in my personal life I used my little point and shoot camera. Even now I can make high resolution images with my iPhone!
High quality sublimation starts with high quality images, but somewhere along the way, that message seems to get lost.
However, it’s really a simple equation: garbage in = garbage out
As great as the sublimation process is at printing high resolution, finely detailed, full color images, it can’t convert bad images into good ones. So what is the ideal resolution? That’s a tricky question, as resolution is tied to image size. Continue reading “Garbage In = Garbage Out”
There is nothing more exasperating than to have a picture perfect press job, only to discover that the lettering on the final product is backwards. With sublimation you must always mirror the design when printing. It may seem like a backwards approach at first, but when you think through the production process it really does make sense. Continue reading “Sublimation Basics – Image Mirroring”