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The main thing to remember when using images is that the copyright has to belong to you, or you have to have obtained permission to use the images from the person who owns the copyright, e.g. from newspapers, the Internet, or other books.

There are a few other things to bear in mind:

  • Images for print have to be the best quality. If you have obtained permission from the copyright holder for an image that is from the Internet, then it may look great on screen, but won’t print well. Images should be at least 300 dpi.
  • If images are in colour, please ensure they are CMYK, not RGB.
  • Colour images cost more to print than black and white, and because of the printing process, we would advise that it would be cost-effective to have images back on to each other, so only one sheet of paper needs to be used for the illustrations.

To check if your image is suitable for print, please call 01525 621764.

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