[sf-lug] javacat flyer - brouhaha...does it really matter..

vincent polite vpolitewebsiteguy at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 6 13:16:29 PST 2006

It's a  simple flyer. Unless your going to do 4-color printing on a big old  Heidelberg press, colour-matching, ICC profile colour management (CMYK,  RGB, LAB), Pantone integration, and a monitor calibration tool, doesn't  matter. If its for the web, you're not going beyond 72 dpi, printing is  300 dpi, it's just to big. Severe loss of color. Then you also have to  figure whether the viewer has a decent screen. I've editted thousands  of images for photographers, graphic designers, painters...and haven't  had complaints, except for sharpness. Hell, ImageReady works fine for  web work. Actually, when you save an image for the web in Photoshop, it  gets saved in ImageReady. Think about the job you need to do...My 2and  a half meaningless cents.
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