Size, Resolution on oversized graphics

JH
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Jules_Hammond-Casablancas
Jul 30, 2008
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Hi.

I made this oversized graphic at 30 x 20.463" at 300 resolution in Photoshop 7.0.

The printer made it to the final output size at 69.504 x 47.408" (this is proportional to the size above). at a resolution of 125.

is 125 safe? Tell me I’m not wrong, but I think 125-150 resolution is okay, right? Especially for that size!

But months after I designed that oversized graphic..I also did another one, but the size was: 51 x 42.306 at 600 resolution
& the output size was 87.5625 x 106" at 300 resolution.

Which is correct? I think both!

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Sid_Phillips
Jul 30, 2008
Depends on content, printing substrate, print engine, viewing distance, etc. If you put your nose to it odds are you won’t like it. Stand six feet away under "typical" lighting and you’ll probably be happy if it’s a good print.
JH
Jules_Hammond-Casablancas
Jul 30, 2008
both are tradeshow graphics for the booth.

the first one is just a poster. I forgot what this was printed on.. the second is a backdrop that i believe was on some kind of vinyl.

there are people & medical equipment in these pieces..about the same type of photos for both. I don’t know if that helps..

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