How Do I Create A PDF From Psd And Maintain The Image Quality?
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How do I create a PDF from PSD and maintain the image quality?
File --> Save As... --> choose Photoshop PDF. Anyway, that's not what your printer meant most likely. That's gonna hurt, so hold your pants. Seems you created your current file completely wrong and need to start over. Files for commercial printing need to be 300 DPI (the actual logic behind print res is much more complicated, but 300 DPI is considered a common safe value). Anything below that is more or less unusable, as it will look pixelated due to how rasterization works. ideally you would also creatze it in CMYK and thus be able to provide clean separations of the printing inks, but these days converting RGB post facto is usually not that big a problem. Manager ValueCoders
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Some people don't want to be bothered with the problem of managing files when saving for a digital medium. I'd like to suggest you start with some cheap managers, like the ones you can get from your local hardware store: If you only want to print for online use only, you can also save everything to a .tif file and then print it online. It won't have the best resolution, as not all printers can save CMYK images like these, but you don't have any other choice because it's the only way you'll be able to have a backup of your saved images on other printers if you decide to stop using one. If you really hate managing files, you can always use the Google Chrome extension “Saves” that allows you to just copy and paste text in your browser for saving the image you want. This is definitely not.
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