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emma32

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Posted reply 7 May 2024 11:40

As recommended, Adobe is the go-to choice, being the industry standard. However, mastering the software is just the beginning; understanding print production and typography are equally crucial and vast subjects. While it may seem daunting, embarking on this learning journey is commendable. Yet, starting with a less ambitious project than a book might be wise to ease into the process.


As suggested Adobe is the way to go (Adobe being Industry standard). However, in addition to learning software (get it wrong an you can make some very expensive print mistakes), you have to learn all about print production, which is a life-time subject all on its own. Then there’s typography. Again another life time could be spent just on this. I am not saying this to put you off, but if you want to learn, good on you. However, it might not be a bad idea to start off with a slightly less ambitious project than a book.
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Posted reply 15 March 2024 15:17

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