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FLEXO Magazine : October 2011
F lexographic printing customers often provide prepress houses and printers out-of-focus, softly lit photos, and they usually have unrealistic expectations about the way they will print. This article will provide some insight into which conditions cause photographs to print poorly in flexog- raphy and solutions to resolve the issues. A few of the factors that affect the quality of photography for flexography: • Loss of Highlight Detail in Printing • Resolution • Depth of Field, or Area of Sharp Focus • Digital Blurriness Photography for Flexographic Printing How to Improve the Printability of Photos on Press By Ed Emanus www.flexography.org octoBEr 2011 FLEXO 59