You can’t include link to your item in the forums.
That’s most likely why you got flagged.
Congratulations on the approval.
For reference, topics like this should be posted in ‘Item Discussion’ here: http://graphicriver.net/forums/topic/item-discussion/50
I normally just save as jpeg at 590px – then I run it into ImageOptim on Mac.
somewhere here is a thread about various image optimization tools (can’t find it just now).
I’ve had a few previews this happened to.
I think it has something to so with Save for Web option in Photoshop.
That’s all I can add.
Comparing RGB to Printed Piece can be difficult if you don’t have experience.
I have color corrected images for 20 years, and basically it comes down to the Printer and their method of printing.
As a Shortcut, you can make a duplicate of your file – convert to CMKY – Print it out using a home printer.
Compare the colors to your monitor. If you have an LCD monitor – this can be a challenge to get the monitor to match the printed piece. You have to adjust the brightness, saturation and background image to view best.
In short: the same file can be printed by 2 different printers and look completely different.
The reason is, when we look at the screen we are viewing light – when we view a printed piece, we are viewing reflection of color on paper.
Hope that helps you a bit.
I’m only Level 3!
I do not deny that this decision is good – but shouldn’t it be introduced everywhere at once?
Actually, if you sign up for the emails you get an email everyday that a new item is available.
The signup link is on the first post here:http://videohive.net/forums/thread/gift-of-giving-advent-calendar/150018
Well, as KOSMI mentioned, I don’t see anything wrong with it either, it looks good.
Have you tried the basic PNG setting, not using the Save for Web?
What the heck is VAT
Yeah, I get it, Taxation without Representation ?