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Displaying Digital Printed Wall Graphic Online

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by brandyn, Sep 5, 2013.

  1. brandyn

    brandyn New Member

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    Building a website and Displaying Digital Products on a website wondering if there is a best Practice for displaying the Digital Product that hasn't been created yet on a room Digitally. TO make it look accurate similar to how Fathead displays there wall graphics. The wall graphics we create are made from Photo Tex. Right now we are just layer the Digital Image over a High Resolution photo of a room.
     
  2. jfiscus

    jfiscus Adobe Shinobi

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    That is basicly it, the only other step is adding a bit of a photoshop effect (try to use a layer style for easy replication in the future) to the layer and/or adjusting the lighting to match the room.
     
  3. brandyn

    brandyn New Member

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    What about the Difference of Colors on Web?
     
  4. jfiscus

    jfiscus Adobe Shinobi

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    People should know that, you cannot expect everyone to have a vinyl swatch book in their hands while shopping online. I assume your proofs already have a similar disclaimer on them about peoples different monitors/inkjet printers producing different results. Most people just know the common colors anyway; "red" versus cardinal, real red, tomato, geramium, etc.
     
  5. MikeD

    MikeD Active Member

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    also, it's impossible to make colors appear exactly the same on all monitors.
    upto you, but you may want to include a watermark as well
     
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