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Why does my file have to be CMYK?

Why does my print ready file have to be CMYK? The printing process requires files to be supplied as CMYK. This format is used by all offset/litho printers and whilst digital presses can work with RGB files, the on-board rip[...]

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hi-res images

High Resolution images – Images are often referred to as hi-res (high resolution) and low-res (low resolution). A high resolution image intended for print must have be least 300dpi and a low resolution image which is intended for screen display[...]

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What are crops and bleed?

What are crops and bleed? A question I am asked when clients supply me with their print ready artwork. I thought it would be great to give you some tips on providing your own {print ready artwork} over the next[...]

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