Sign & Digital Graphics

November '15

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48 • November 2015 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S WRAPS DIGITAL GRAPHICS Once we took photos of the customer's vehicle we scaled and edited the photo and then brought it into our Photoshop file. I colored the template so it would be easier to see in this example. With the template superimposed over the photo of the car you can see that it's pretty close, but there are a few varia- tions. Some of the slight dif- ferences could be the angle of the photo we took or a slight difference when scaling the photo; either way it's pretty close. Even though it's close, when we turn off the template and the background images, and just show the pieces on the photo of the vehicle, you can see a few issues. The phone num- ber drops into the wheel, the website is too close to the bottom of the door, the logo runs into the door handle and the small graphics at the back could be better placed. All of these adjustments are simple to make. These slight changes will make installation much easier and less frustrating for the installer and will make the final product more appealing and effec- tive for the customer. When we turn off the background images you can see how tight the placement is on the let- tering, but everything fits around the wheels, door handles, windows and other obstacles.

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