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Screenprinting Services

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We also offer apparel and accessory screenprinting through Faze One Ink.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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1. How do I prepare my files before submitting them to Photographic Creations?

Scanning - The image should be saved at the original size and at a resolution of 300 dpi. If enlarging, the image must have a final resolution of 72-150 dpi for a smooth image. A general rule of thumb is full size at 150 dpi or half size at 300 dpi.

Vector Art - Programs such as Freehand, Illustrator, Corel Draw, Quark Xpress, or InDesign, should have the page size in proportion to your final size. Please send all linked graphics and fonts along with hard copies and color guides. Save to CD/DVD or Flash drive. We prefer you to save Quark and InDesign as PDF's

Raster Art - Programs such as Photoshop should be saved as native files (.psd) or save as an uncompressed tiff or jpg. Final size at 150dpi or half size and 300dpi is preferred.

Preferred Files: PDF, EPS, TIFF, JPG

2. What should my color profile settings be for submitted files?

Vector Art - Spot colors should be used where needed. Converting them to RGB or CMYK can cause color shifting and unexpected colors. Save vector art as native files, eps or pdf.

Raster Art - We send our files to Onyx Rip stations. We prefer files to have a color profile working space of Adobe RGB (1998) and the intent to be Perceptual for best color matching.

3. Where can I get the specifics of the paper used at Photographic Creations?

View our Paper Conversion Chart for details.