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How to Save Crisp Adobe Illustrator Images from an imported Photoshop Image

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I have created a logo in Adobe Illustrator. I imported a photoshop image that appears pixelated even though I made it 300 resolution in Photoshop. I was told that when I save for the web, the pixilation would go away, but it does not.

Will the pixilation go away? Am I doing something wrong? What should I do? Or will it always stay?

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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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You're holding it wrong (RIP Steve Jobs).

Do your logo in Illustrator, then import it into Photoshop as a smart object, work with the image in PS.

When done, save for web as PNG-24.

HTH,
Dan
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