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Do you have any advice for improving the quality of photos for sublimation?

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Sometimes customers bring in photos that are decent quality, but the color is a poor quality. Try converting the image from color to black and white. By doing this, you can save the project, adhere to your quality standards, and make the customer happy with a great photo gift product that’s a tad different than other full-color products.

If a photo has distracting elements in the image, crop the image to a square to change how the image looks. Cropping is a great opportunity to change the mood of a photograph. With your Crop tool in your design software, I suggest allowing for a shaded preview so you can easily see where you will be cropping. For a true square, hold down the shift key while you drag out the crop tool.

   —Unisub

Jennifer Foy

Jennifer Foy

Unisub

Jennifer Foy has over 20 years of experience using Adobe software and working in the advertising, marketing, and design fields. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, and a Master of Arts in Advertising from Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York. Her years of teaching experience include numerous software and design classes for colleges in Atlanta, Georgia, and Louisville, Kentucky. Jennifer is currently working as the Creative Director at Universal Woods with the Unisub and ChromaLuxe brands. Jennifer can be reached by email at [email protected]

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