Photo Tips and Recommendations

 

Photo Tips and Recommendations for Photo Checks and Labels

Your photo is the most important element in your Photo product.
To ensure high quality products, please review the following photo recommendations.

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Checks
CHOOSE YOUR PHOTO CAREFULLY
Your photo will print in black and white. Some photos may look great in color, but may lose detail when converted to black & white. Consider this when selecting a photo.

CONTENT
Please remember the content of your photo should be kept simple. A single center of interest will work best, as your photo will be gray scaled and may also be screened back. Blurry subjects and distracting backgrounds do not translate well on Photo products.


Good Content - Preferred

Bad Content - Not Recommended


CONTRAST
It is important to be aware of contrast when selecting the photo to use in your product. Contrast is the difference between the lightest and darkest areas in a scene and/or photograph. A small difference between the light and dark areas results in a low contrasting photo, while a greater difference results in a high contrasting photo. Photos with a high contrast traditionally work best for Photo products

High Contrast - Preferred

Low Contrast - Not Recommended


RESOLUTION
Digital image resolution is the size of your image, measured in pixels. Images that are higher in resolution will result in better Photo products, while those images with a lower resolution will appear fuzzy and indistinct.

High Resolution - Preferred

Low Resolution - Not Recommended

Please Note: In our efforts to ensure a quality check product and to comply with check processing requirements set by your bank, the photos for Photo check products will lightened prior to production.


Address Labels

CONTENT

Please remember the content of your photo should be kept simple. A single center of interest will work best. Blurry subjects and distracting backgrounds do not translate well on Photo products.

Good Content - Preferred

Bad Content - Not Recommended


CONTRAST
It is important to be aware of contrast when selecting the photo to use in your product. Contrast is the difference between the lightest and darkest areas in a scene and/or photograph. A small difference between the light and dark areas results in a low contrasting photo, while a greater difference results in a high contrasting photo. Photos with a high contrast traditionally work best for Photo products.

High Contrast - Preferred

Low Contrast - Not Recommended


RESOLUTION
Digital image resolution is the size of your image, measured in pixels. Images that are higher in resolution will result in better Photo products, while those images with a lower resolution will appear fuzzy and indistinct.

High Resolution - Preferred

Low Resolution - Not Recommended

 
       

 

 

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