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Identifying Fonts

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by visualedgegraphics, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. visualedgegraphics

    visualedgegraphics Member

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    Hi all-

    What is the best way to identify fonts for duplication purposes? I know it will come with practice, but I am trying to identify a specific font.
     

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  2. High Octane

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    Swiss
     
  3. cardfan4342

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    looks like gerbers helvetica med
     
  4. visualedgegraphics

    visualedgegraphics Member

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    Thanks High Octane. Is there a process that you go through for some of the more unknown fonts?
     
  5. Replicator

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    whatthefont.com
     
  6. Fred Weiss

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    This has been discussed several times with some replies going to great lengths to explain different processes. If you run a search using the keyword FontExpert you should be able to find most of the threads.
     
  7. visualedgegraphics

    visualedgegraphics Member

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    Thanks Fred...I tried other combinations in the search function. I'll take a look.
     
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