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Dots v.s. Gray areas?

Posted on Tue, 29 Aug 2006 at 23:10



I've been searching the internet for this information and haven't turned up anything.

How in Adobe Photoshop (explicitly as possible) do you convert an image so that the gray areas become dots instead so you can have the total contrast for screen printing with the dots instead of the color gray.

Thanks!

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jr_sanford says: Hello, I use to work for Adobe® Systems and know for a fact that Photoshop® cannot produce halftones. Now Adobe's Illustrator® sees grey and turns them into halftones when you send the image to your ...

Hello,

I use to work for Adobe® Systems and know for a fact that Photoshop® cannot produce halftones. Now Adobe's Illustrator® sees grey and turns them into halftones when you send the image to your printer. Make sure you turn the dots into elipses or you will produce a moiré effect in your stencil.

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