How to Use Adobe® Photoshop to Convert a Design into Halftones
With Adobe® Photoshop, printers can convert any grayscale image into halftones. Don’t have R.I.P. software? Not a problem. By using a bitmap, printers can create a halftone pattern that will print images like a dream. Here’s how to do it.
What is RIP Software and Why do I Need it?
You’ve probably heard about ImagePrint R.E.D. by now. It’s a separation software that works with any printer and can streamline your design process. So why do you need it? What is rip software? Let’s dive in.
Meet ImagePrint R.E.D., the RIP Software that Works with Any Printer
You’ve been scouring the internet looking for a decent separation software that will be compatible with your printer. You want something that’s easy to use and won’t break your budget. Meet ImagePrint R.E.D. It’s a new RIP software that works with any printer. Want to know more? Let’s dive in.
How to Install ImagePrint R.E.D.
ImagePrint R.E.D. is the first separations software that connects to any printer. Whether you’re printing large format photos, DTG, stickers, or film transparencies, you can use ImagePrint. Just got your ImagePrint software in the mail? Wondering how to install it? Here’s a walkthrough to help you get started.
How to Screen Print Wet on Wet Halftones and Color Blends for a Vintage Look
Remember when expert Colin Huggins showed how to create halftones and blends in Adobe Illustrator? Now he's printing that design. Watch to learn how to print wet-on-wet halftones and blends, tips to get the best colors and blends, and how shirt colors affect the look of the print.