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Don’t get us wrong, having Photoshop (and frankly a graphic designer on the team) is helpful, however, everyone needs a little pixels conversion assistance every once in a while. Amiright!? Our team has created and designed this handy conversion chart to help you when those creative juices are running out… Looking at you Friday afternoon… Plus, let’s all cheers to us doing the math for you here!
A graphic, image or custom design can look so clear and super stunning on the screen, but when it comes time to hold the printed version in your hand and relish in your masterful work of art it looks completely different–and not in a good way.
Calculating pixels conversion to print isn’t always as explanatory as it may sound. For high-resolution prints you should aim for a 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch.) The challenge lies in figuring out how to convert your image pixels to convert to a 300 DPI.
We’ve all been there–stuck trying to do what should be seemingly simple math, but for some reason simple addition, subtraction, division and multiplication just aren’t working to calculate your pixels conversion. Everyone could use a little help every now and then, and that’s what our team at South Street Marketing is great at.
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