Sharpening and Enlarging Digital Images

Who hasn’t been faced with a client standing at the front desk with a 1-inch high, 72-pixel per inch piece of art, and asking you to enlarge it to 12-inches? Of course, they don’t understand art, pixels, enlarging and the subsequent loss of data that will produce a highly undesirable final image. And, if you attempt to explain it to them, all you get is that blank look in their eyes. They came to you expecting a miracle. Now you no longer have to waste precious time – yours or theirs – as there is finally an affordable solution.

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About Bill Hood 413 Articles
Bill Hood is an International Consultant in the Screenprinting Technologies, focusing on consistency, predictable outcomes and reproducible results. He is the author of over 50 books on the screenprinting technologies as well as thousands of technical articles, many of which are available at online. He writes for Solutions Journal Magazine and other trade publications, is a speaker at various events and has judged international screenprinting competitions. He can be contacted through his website at online.