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    I need to import a tiff image into Corel but I don't want it to look so pixelated. Any suggestions? I prefer to work in Corel but I am not closed to using Photoshop. Thank you.

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      What's the image resolution of the .tif file? Is it pixelated just on your screen or when you print?

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        Thank you!

        I am not a technical Graphic Designer so I am hoping the experts on this forum can help me out. I do layout designs to engrave or to make film for a process called metalphoto. Metalphoto is the old school developing of film onto aluminum sheets. I am trying to take an image from the www.uspto.gov website. No, I am not trying to get a good image from a website. I do know better than that! I am trying to take one of their high res .tiff images and import it into Corel for a client. I would greatly appreciate any help, tips, etc. Thank you.

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          Metal photos?
          Anodized or emulsion?

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            It is anodized but that is not where my question lies. I want to make sure I have a high res. image for the film to complete the process. Thank you.

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              • #8
                Not understanding your question.
                If the image is good enough for your process, isn't it good enough for what you're doing?

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