6 responses to “Preparing Images for Print and Online Publication”

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    Great article that pieces together the bits of info you pick up making it into a completed jigsaw! Much thanks for your time and effort to share this!

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    Great article. As a person who not a designer, but have worked on several projects for print, this makes a great deal of sense to me.

    Thanks for the post!

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    I am not a designer but this is something I will study while I heal!!!
    Thank you for including me in the “class”
    Theresa

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    This is absolutely brilliant and a post worth saving so that I can refer clients to it. You’ve laid it all out in a beautiful visual and the comparisons you made will undoubtedly teach my clients what I’m talking about. I’ve always doubted how well they understood my lessons on resolution and why they can’t simply grab a picture off the web and expect it to print crisply.

    As the saying goes, “one picture is worth a thousand words”. Your charts and examples will speak volumes…I hope….to even the densest of clients!!!

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    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Ann Hawkins and Bonnie Cotier, Bonnie Cotier. Bonnie Cotier said: This tutorial is long over due: Preparing Images for Print and Online Publication http://bit.ly/cqDss1 […]

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