All color images will need the color mode set to CMYK, the resolution set to 225 dpi, and the file format saved as jpeg. The following steps show how to go through the “basic three” steps and also show how to adjust image tone, remove color casts, add contrast and increase sharpness.
Idea File Supplement
All black and white digital images will need the color mode set to grayscale, the resolution set to 225 dpi, and the file format saved as jpeg. The following steps show how to go through the “basic three” steps and also show how to adjust image tone, add contrast and increase sharpness.
Below are the three essential steps in all image submission processes. Images must have the color mode set to either Grayscale or CMYK, the resolution set at 225 dpi, and the file format saved as jpeg (or .jpg):
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