Photoshop Users

Whether you use our templates or you create your own document, please make sure the dimension of your file is the exact size of the finished size.

Image Resolution

Photos and graphics need to be 125 DPI at full size

In Photoshop, you can go to: 

  1. IMAGE
  2. IMAGE SIZE

To find out and adjust your resolution. 

Determine Image Quality from Source

  • Good Quality:
  • High resolution / high quality stock photography 
  • High resolution / high quality scanner
  • Low Quality:
  • Screen capture of video frame

  • Low resolution / low quality stock photography 

  • Image lifted off a web-page

Why 125 DPI?

Since your banner will be a large format print, you don't need to prepare your file in 300 DPI which is usually used for smaller format print.

If you are uncertain of the quality of your images, please call us at 888.297.1232 or email us at info@mrbanner.com

Color Mode

Your file has to be in CMYK mode.

Image Mode: CMYK

SAVING

When you are done with the design save the file in TIFF format, flattening all the layers, or PDF

If you have extra graphics outside of the finished size area, create a crop area with the exact size of finishing size before saving. 

If you need our graphic designers to modify your art work, send us your original Photoshope file(s).

(Graphic modification - $75 per hour. Please call for estimated time.)

YOU ARE ALMOST DONE!

Before you upload the file(s) to us, open the TIFF or PDF file you just saved.

Review all the graphics/text and make sure the dimensions are correct. 

If you are satisfied with what you see, please SEND A FILE with your contact and order information.