Photoshop :: Creating High Quality Website Logo In Illustrator
Oct 4, 2012
I'm trying to create a very high quality crips website logo using Photoshop or Illustrator, but everytime I export the design into PNG, the text borders are not as crip compared with Google logo. How do I create a very crips and sharp logo using Adobe software? What software, how to export, what the size of the document should be, what resolution, any detailed tricks, designs and pointers..I know I can create a logo, but it is blurry and it shows. When I put my logo on a gray background for instance, the text becomes more blurrier.
I am trying to import photos from my computer to Photoshop elements 11. It has imported most but wont import some as "file quality is too high". How do I get around this? Do I have to downgrade the quality of my photos? To do editing wouldn't you want the best quality photos to start off with?
I just started using GIMP to try to design a business card that is of acceptable quality for printing. The company that's going to do the printing says they need to be 300 dpi or better. I know nothing about this. What filetype would be best for that purpose and what software I need to create a design quickly and easily?
So I couldn't think of a better place to put this. I have something that I'm thinking of having professionally printed. What are the steps I should take to make sure I produce a high quality image? File format, Dpi and so forth. Make a list of steps to creating a high quality image file that will look good printed from a print shop.
I'd like to convert my file.ai to file.pdf in high quality. It is for a professional printer.(I have the CS5.5 complet with Adobe Acrobat Xpro and Illustrator.) I choose the parameter "high quality" and I save my file to pdf.
So I obtain my pdf with a beautiful image but a bad quality for one part of my text.
I am trying to create a logo with a transparent background for my website, so my logo can sit on top of background images. I have created different file, png, gif, eps all with transparent backgrounds but every time I upload it to my website builder (wix) it has either a grey or white background. How I would achieve the correct file?
I will make an application for windows 8. So in the application, i will use traffic signs. However i need to seperate the icons one by one and save all of the icons one by one as "png" so how can i do this? you can download "AI" file by this link:[URL]
Just noticed that when I save a job as a pdf in Illustrator CS6 the images become pixelated. The image is currently 300dpi in photoshop. I have tried several methods. I have to scale it down small, but I can't figure I've tried different settings with the pdf.I have also scaled it in photoshop and still doesn't matter.
I'm pretty new to photoshop, and I've started on a personal project. I want to basically take a video still from a music video and turn it into a poster. Sadly i can not find a good quality version of the video as it is older and not super famous, (kyuss-one inch man). So i found an online video that is better then youtube but not great, and i captured it through the vista snipping tool (screen capture).
Basically I want to take this low quality picture, and turn it into a good quality poster (not huge). What techniques and things must I do? I'll probably have to find a printer near here and require a specific dpi as well.
I just learnt to use Adobe Illustrator , the basics anyway. I am able to manipulate the size of the logo to almost scale in Illustrator. However, when I save the logo in JPEG/PNG for the web its always coming out smaller than i would like it to and i cant seem to get it to the size i want.
I know that Facebook reduces the resolution for Facebook cover page and profile picture. However, I have noticed that there are many Pages that uploaded beautiful Cover photo without any reduced resolution (apparently).
For example: URL....can also check out these pages, they have pretty awesome looking Timeline photos!
I've tried using the "magic" size format of 850 x 350 , but it seems that the quality will still be reduced no matter what. The above pages' photos are always pretty clear and not blur like normal pages.
My problem is related with the quality of a image.
My question is how to maintain high quality (original quality) of a image after resizing it?
If i resize it with same ratio like:
2816x2112px to 1600x1200px (4:3) 2816x1584px to 1920x1080px (16:9)
Mainly i use scale image option in Gimp. But now i need to resize many images for my work so i tried David's Batch Processor to resize my images. After using it, i found there is some quality promble with the resized image.
Then i tried, the scale option with, use quality setting from original image and JPEG quality parameter is 95, in gimp but the problem is same. I did it with also with David's batch processor- JPEG quality parameter is 95.
Other thing is that, the original image 2816x2112px (4:3), size- 3.6 MB is displaying in image viewer with 47% and the resized image 1600x1200px (4:3). size- 1.2 MB is displaying in image viewer with 83%, So my questions are: How can i check the quality of a image after resizing it, means the image is exactly same as the original? Or Is David's Batch Processor maintain the original quality of the images after resizing?. I realy need to resize many images for my work.
I have a tif with following dimensions: 38.74 cm x 28.85 cm at res 300ppi.
Now this going to be printed on canvas that is 6.43meters x 5.77meters, I will adjust the dimensions with a frame so I do not need to stretch the image in any direction.
I have placed this image in indesign and illustrator and generated a high quality print (PDF) with dimensions 643 mm x 577 mm (as printing company works at 10%).
This is a close up of the image:
There is pixelation.
My questions are
Is the original tiff resolution not enough, it is quite a high res! If this is the case what size and res image do I ask my photographer to produce.Or do I accept the fact that there will be pixelation?Can I do anything in photoshop, Illustrator to combat this problem?
As I will be doing more of these prints (sumner, NZ container ART project), I need to create a document with minimum specs, what do you think these specs should be.
I'm having extreme trouble creating a high-res 3d wrapped image. Here [URL] .... is the image.
You can see that the 3d rendering is only a few points, all smooth curves. My raster effects settings are high (CMYK 300PPI). The symbol image that I've wrapped is a 300PPI JPG file created from Photoshop, saved as a JPG, then placed and embedded in AI. Yet that text is atrocious. You can even clearly see the poor anti-aliasing colors that are going on. Several letters are not able to be read at all.
I've tried rasterizing the object using high res settings, anti-alias on and off. I've tried copy/pasting as a smart object into Photoshop. I've tried almost everything I can think of and I can't get this text to appear crisp on the bottle. It's a simple bottle, only 4 or so points and there are only 3 possible surfaces to map. I deliberately drew it that way to reduce any drag on the system. I'm on a 2009 iMac running Mountain Lion and 16GB RAM, i5.
This issue has plagued me honestly for months and I always end up doing a significant amount of retouching in Photoshop because of it. I'd like to create a crisp 3d wrap in AI if possible to hasten my workflow.
Maybe the answer is that AI isn't really suited and I need to look into a more dedicated 3d program.
I am trying to create an Action in CS6 that uses "Image Trace" and the preset "High Fidelity Photo", but when the action is run in batch it uses the preset "Default". Can I make "High Fidelity Photo" the default Image Trace?
I also noticed that in the action I created there is a blank line under "Image Tracing" when I expand that step in the action.
I have a logo on a website that I'm doing that looks like crap on the blue background I have. I have to keep the logo (as it is on every truck in the company), but I'm hoping I can clean it up a little. Does anyone have any recommendations?
I'm trying to have a logo that goes with the site name TwistedMac.com Perhaps a mac logo twisted or even something that does not go with the name but sticks out and looks good. Just don't want something that looks thrown together which is pretty much what all my attempts have looked like
I have tried but having the simple logo I have now was the best looking thing I could make.
If someone can help and your a Mac user, I have a few application licenses from my site sponsors that I have to hand out and can give a few apps out in return. Doesn't matter to me. Would just be great to get something better looking.
Actually i need to change my website's logo and make it transparent more in background format. actually i tried to create but i get blackish and whitish background on my blog when i upload it. My elements aren't working for it. the top logo on
as you can see is blackish and creating slug and havoc on it .
I have two psd files. One with my logo and another with my web page template. I want to add my logo to the web page template without having to recreate it. I have been able to add the layers of my logo to the web page template following some advice I have found on this site (using duplicate layers and selecting the web page file.), but the logo is too big.
I have chained the layers of my logo together but now I need to scale it down, move it, then add some layer effects such as inside beveling etc. How do I scale just the logo layers down so they will fit correctly with the rest of the page?
I'm trying to prepare an advertising piece and I'm trying to print out a mockup from my HP color laser jet. My question is, how can I get the printout to appear as it does on the computer screen, whenever I print it out now the resolution is really low and fuzzy. I want it (it least the text and other computer generated material like boxes, e.g. anything but pictures) to appear very sharp.
I need to make some high quality prints from photoshop files. what is the best way to do this. I have tried the best quality my printer will do on high grade photo paper, but it's just an ink jet, so the quality still isn't as good as I need it to be. I have seen prints that look like crystal clear photos,
I have a friend and she produces some really nice high quality pics. I was wondering if anyone can (maybe) show a way on how she did this. I've been trying to figure it out and getting close, but it also might be her camera as well.
expierence with PS, but am having a hard time making an animation sig. file, that is high quality. First is it simpy impossible? Below is an example of what it looks like in .gif form. It looks amazing under the original tab, but when I save it or go to the optomize tab its looks retarded. I'm adding a high-rez cut out of a character from a game I play. The only animation I want the high-rez cut out to do is fade out. When I add the cut-out to the animation, it screws all the other images as well, includeing simple lightnigh bolts drawn in. I'll post two examples, one with out the character in, and one with it in. Pay attention to how even things that were fine before, get messed up. Do I need to make my cut-outs a .gif file before even putting them in, does that matter? I'm using Adobe ImageReady 7.0. My optomized settings are: Gif, Selective, 256Colors, No Dither, everything else off or 0. Do I have to save it optomized, file size isnt a big deal.
(Added .2 delay so its easier to see , lightningbad.gif is with the cut out/bad quality, lightninggood.gif is without cut out/good quality)
I'm a coder and I don't have much experience yet with photoshop but I'm trying to build a website with a nice top image containing my website's logo and I would love to have it in some sort of 3d effect where the text is like carved into background of the image.
A website has done a feature article on our company and I would LOVE to print out a copy of this page. Using the standard browser print options makes the page a total mess.. I've downloaded the "Awesome Screenshot" plug in for chrome and got a decent print of it but it's still not ultra high quality.