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« on: May 24, 2011, 04:45:50 AM »

I am vectosmooth,From USA.

Many large scale corporate houses use the property of Photographic restoration to add value and clarity to their images and logos. A brand or a product is usually defined by its trademark logo, accompanied by an image that serves as a brand identity. For marketing and promotional purposes, these images need to be available at different sizes. However, in reality, the original images are quite small and the large scale prints have a blurred and inferior texture. The best way to solve this is to do Photographic restoration of the images using vector based conversions for the size of your choice.

Before you send a small scale artwork or logo to be printed on large profiles, you need to Vectorize the artwork for the best results. If you use vector based techniques, you would be able to retain the original clarity of the image regardless of the size of the final print. This is extremely helpful if you plan to create an image that would be used on large scale billboards and hoardings. You need to convert to vector to make sure that the resolution of the image does not decrease even when it is magnified to huge sizes.
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