It's all about the DPI!
In my last blog installment I discussed the subject of "vector graphics". Vector graphics are an industry standard format for printing and sign making BUT not the ONLY industry standard. There are other file formats that are also acceptable that may be more familiar to you. These fall into the category of "bitmapped or raster graphics" . You'll recognized them more by the name of their file extensions...TIF, JPG, GIF, PNG and BMP (there are many other lesser known ones). Bit
"Vector graphics?? What are they?"
In this blog I want to explain to you what "vector images" are, how they are manipulated and give you a little information on how to get the tools used for creating them. As a sign maker I get graphic files sent to me all the time...in all sorts of fashion. Obviously not everyone is an expert of the graphics industry, educated to know the common terminology or formats used. Therefore, not at anyone's fault, some graphic files sent to me are not optimum for the commercial prin