Sometimes abbreviated as lo-res., low resolution is the computer screen, image, or printed page that is not crisp, is grainy or pixilated. When referring to a low resolution screen or image on the computer, this commonly refers to a picture that has a small amount of pixels, causing the image to be jaggy. When referring to a low resolution print page, this refers to a picture that has a small amount of dots, causing the printed text or image to appear light and not crisp.
Try to avoid using images with low-resolution for it would appear pixelized. If we detect that your resolution is too low, we will advise you of the issue at which time you will decide to either fix the resolution, replace the image with another one, print as is or remove the image all together. Once you sign off on your files, we will not be responsible for low resolution printing. We can replace your photos with another one of your choice, but there is a charge of $65 to fix files AFTER they have been approved by you. If you have photos that are in question, please contact us at (888) 600.2011.