The best thing to with that is to leave it as a .psd so there is not loss of quality, and so that the layers stay in tact, especially if you are using multiple colors. If more than one color, you will want to keep each ink color on its own layer
this would be due to raster images being anti-ailaised. (lil fuzzies when you zoom in )shapes change slightly when converting to vector format
some jobs this works fine. helpful but not a necessity. Most shops will separate a color raster image into channels seps.If more than one color, you will want to keep each ink color on its own layer
How would this look like? How can i separate the three colors on individual layers and still get their mixed colors?ASAP Printing said:Make sure the file is vector format in (.eps, .ai, or .pdf) for single color prints.
Raster artwork supply it in photo shop format so the graphic designer can review layers.
If it's a 4 color process job, put the layers in cyan, megenta, yellow, and black.