When it comes to print, always use images with 300 DPI. What does that mean? DPI stands for Dots Per Inch. The more dots you have in 1 inch of space, the more crisp and clear your image is going to be.
- Do you have a sponsors page in your packet that will include their logos? Do not download it from their website. It’s going to print like the eggs on the right. If you shoot them an email asking for a high resolution .jpeg or .pdf (or, even better, a vector if they have one) they will be happy to send you one. It makes them look better, and you, too!
- Do you have images from past events? Use them! People love to see themselves in print!
- www.rgbstock.com (almost always my go-to)
- www.pixabay.com (they don't offer large high resolution images for free though…)
Are there topics that you’d like me to try and make sense for you? Let me know and I will do my best. Leave a comment below or drop me an email - I'd love to chat with you!
I'm starting a collection of convention packets. I'd like to share my favorite things about them with you. If you have one you'd like to send, just mail it to:
302 6th Street W, Ste A
Brookings, SD 57006
See ya next time! :)