In our previous blog post, we started our New Year’s Resolution of “Understanding Resolution” (if you missed it, just click the link to check it out.) This time, we’re helping you put this information to good use by helping you get better images from the very beginning, starting with your Digital Camera. Maybe you just got a new one over the Holiday Season, or perhaps you’ve had one for a while now. It’s never too late to review your settings and make sure that your getting the best your camera can offer.
– The Legendary
Yes… Universal Printing produces a bunch of of projects and ships them all across the country and throughout the world, but our base of operations is smack in the heart of North Carolina. Specifically, the Triangle — That happy bustling region that includes Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, but also encompasses Apex, Carrboro, Cary, and Morrisville.
Around here, we like our College Basketball! We’re surrounded by 4 of the 12 ACC teams (UNC, Duke, NCSU, and yes I’m counting Wake Forest!) and when it comes down to “Tourney Time,” we are right here in the thick of it!
So in honor of “March Madness” and the NCAA Basketball Tournament, we’re posting our own “Elite Eight” of our 8 most popular blog posts. We hope you’ll take the time to read or re-read them, or share them with friends and colleagues! In the meantime, we’ll be rooting for Duke and Carolina, and the other ACC teams representing the Atlantic Coast this weekend.
Choosing Inks for Color Printing – Coated vs. Uncoated
Tips to enhance your graphic design portfolio
More about Color: Digital Color | RGB vs. CMYK
Choosing Inks for Color Printing – Spot Color vs. Process Color
Direct Mail… Back-in-the-day or Future Play?
Choosing Inks for Color Printing – Metallics and Other Specialty Inks
How to Save PDF files for Better Printing!
Tweet me… Social Media and Commercial Printing CAN work together!
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Photoshop has come a long way since its original release back in 1991. Sure… I know some of you hardcore Adobe fans will argue and say it first came out in 1988. But let’s get real… Photoshop didn’t REALLY become impressive until it’s version 2.0 release.