Image resolution

Image resolution refers to the amount of detail or clarity present in a digital image. It is usually measured in pixels per inch (PPI) or dots per inch (DPI). The higher the resolution, the more detailed and sharper the image appears.
When it comes to garment printing, image resolution plays a crucial role in the final print quality. A high-resolution image ensures that the details, colors, and gradients in the design are accurately reproduced on the garment. It allows for crisp lines, sharp edges, and vibrant colors.
On the other hand, low-resolution images may result in pixelation, blurriness, and loss of detail when printed on garments. The image may appear jagged or distorted, and the colors may not be accurately represented.
To achieve the best results in garment printing, it is recommended to use high-resolution images, preferably in vector format or with a minimum resolution of 300 DPI. This ensures that the design is clear, sharp, and accurately reproduced on the garment, resulting in a high-quality and professional-looking print.