If you look around you will see that our life is full of different images. They are everywhere – paintings, drawings, logos, maps, wallpaper, etc. Even clothes contain images. Have you ever thought about the way images appear on fabric? We will tell you today about some specifics of this process. Printing pictures on fabric reflect your creativity. Pillows, bags, table cloths, t-shirts with portraits of your family members or scenic views – is there anything more creative? If you think this task is hard to fulfill you are mistaken. Definitely, a proper printer is of vital importance. Please check your printer for supporting fabric printing options before you encounter frustration. Both laser and ink jet printers can be used for printing on fabric. We are not printer professionals, but ImageConverter Plus can prepare your images to be suitable for printing on fabric. As with any other printing dpi is the first thing to think about. Again, sometimes it’s worth considering your own printer options, but generally the dpi recommended varies from 150 till 300 dots per inch. ImageConverter Plus will give you more flexibility in customizing your photos. Your photos must be in digital format coming directly from a digital camera or scanned from a traditional photograph. The most common image formats used for further printing on fabric are JPEG, PNG or TIFF (8-bit, uncompressed). For line art, the best picture format is a GIF file. Convert your images and adjust them for further fabric printing choosing from numerous output image formats. You may encounter problems, for example, colors appear very bright, or absolute black, or saturated. If that is the case ImageConverter Plus offers color correction options. Choose the images that you intend to transfer to the cloth and apply the necessary adjustment settings so that the image looks as natural as possible on fabric.