It would easily fit on a standard business card. As for specifications for print you’ll need to always ask the print service for their specifications. A pixel by pixel can be printed at 2 dpi if you print it large enough. Now instead of just having dots per inch, imagine that you divide this x into little 2×2 cells of dots. Look to a real print shop not kinko’s or quickiprint.

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Each color plane cyan, magenta, yellow and black is technically dpi, but it’s divided up into little cells in order to give better control of color 700×7000, so there are really only individually settable “pixels” of color per inch.

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There are of these cells per inch, and each cell has four dots that can either be on or off, meaning the cell can be all white, all black, or a few shades in between 1 of the 4 dots black, 2 of the 4, or 3 of the 4. Yes, but a printer is not an imagesetter. I know someone who has art-quality poster-size prints done in Toronto. And even FedEx Kinko’s can 700×7000 it. My canvas size is x pixels, with PPI. Many printers are marketed at very high dpis, but print DPIs of or the effective resolution is still usually around dpis.


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If I work with large dimensions like this for prints in the future, is there any reason to go with something greater than ppi? What’s the workaround for this? It would easily fit on a standard business card. I lean toward the latter figure. Actually, after reading your posts, I think I’m misunderstanding the printing process.

Do I have to do something like divide my desire canvas size by the PPI?

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To some degree you’ll just be throwing data away beyond that. The highest color 7000×70000 for conventional printing is in the dpi range. I think I need to be asking two questions: They can usually make it that big AND put it on something other than cheap copy paper. In other words, what is the smallest printed size which will retain full resolution?

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Standard printing is done at dpi. I have an awesome colour map of the Paris Catacombs.

At least dpi http: Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. The nice thing about inkjet technology is that it deals with low-resolution sources so much more gently than the halftone process. At 72 ppi, pixels is You can go as low as dpi and still retain very good image quality. One thing you have to realize is that print size and dpi are interrelated. And then deliver what they tell you.


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7000×7000 This content has been marked as final. Also, how large can I print a x image before it starts to look grainy, etc Without seeing your map image it’s hard to say what your image would require. But the bottom line is that if you printed your x JPEG on a business card using a dpi imagesetter, it would look like garbage, either because it would be downsampled to dpi and halftoned, or because it would be printed at dpi but with 1-bit color fidelity.

If your x px is fixed, the ppi 700×07000 ultimately depend on those. I’d bet good money that a conventional halftoned, offset print at dpi would knock the doors off the dpi 77000×7000 print. Otherwise, size in inches or mm: Others place that number at closer to ppi.