Resolution refers to the detail an image holds, often measured in dots per inch (DPI) in the print world.

The higher the resolution, the more detail is contained in the image, resulting in a higher-quality print.

Low-resolution images may appear pixelated or blurred when printed, particularly in larger sizes.

It's vital to use high-resolution images in printing to ensure a crisp, clear, and professional finish.

Related terms

PPI (Pixels Per inch)

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Resolution Guide


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