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Raster Images will look Pixelated when Enlarged or Zoomed in While Vector Images will Retain the Same Qualities in Design at Any Size

Raster vs. Vector: What Does It All Mean?

At StickerGiant, we strive to make ordering stickers easy. Yet sometimes, it’s the little things like submitting artwork that can be the most challenging part. Since we want every sticker to look perfect, we ask for artwork that is either a Raster or Vector Image. Let’s explain the ... [Read More]
How to Convert a RBG Image to CMYK in Photoshop by StickerGiant

Convert an image from RGB to CMYK in Photoshop

How to change an image from RGB to CMYK. For an image to be print ready, you must convert your image to CMYK. When you open an image in Photoshop the default color mode is usually RGB. To check, go to the image menu and select mode. As you can see it is RGB. But it needs to be ... [Read More]
How to Determine the Max Print Size for a Raster Image in Photoshop by StickerGiant

How To Determine Max Print Size Using Photoshop

How to determine the maximum print size of your image using photoshop. For your sticker to be the highest quality, we require a 300 dpi image. If your image is larger than your desired sticker size, all you have to do is reduce your image size to achieve 300 dpi. If your image is ... [Read More]