We must know how to look for images with high resolution because the image will affect the print DTG results on the shirt. With DTG (Direct-to-Garment) technology, we can print any image we like on the shirt. But the next question is what if we can’t design the image because it can’t use applications like Photoshop or Illustrator.
The easiest way is to look for the image on Google. Lots of images available with just one or two search keywords about the image we want. But just looking for it is not enough because the printed image on the shirt is very dependent on the quality of the existing image files. If the image quality is not good, the results of the print on the shirt will look less than the maximum. So, when searching, make sure the image also has a pretty good quality.
Good image quality criteria are usually directly related to image size. The intended size is in pixels. Good image resolution of at least between 100-150 pixels per inch. For example, with a resolution of 100 pixels per inch, the width or length you are looking for is between 800 – 1200 pixels. (Please note that “pixel per inch” is not the same as pixel. If the image size is below the pixel size, usually the print will look a little blurry.
After we enter the search keywords and choose to search for images (image searching) the display will appear as in Figure 01. Click on the “Search tools” that have been circled to modify the search settings.
After clicking, several alternative options will appear, such as Size, Colour, Type (image file type), Time, etc. as shown in Figure 02. Then click on the Size section and a dropdown will appear. ) image size. Select Large to get large size image search results.
To find out the pixel size of an image, simply point the mouse pointer over the desired image. An image size description will appear as in Figure 03, the image size is 1000 x 1000 pixels.
Try to searching on google with high resolution images. If you already get the desired image to be printed on the shirt, you can directly contact Print On Collins. The duration of the work of a single shirt is only 1 day.