How to print pictures on to tee's?

Nov 17, 2012 @ 23:03
I've been lurking around the net for a bit, but still can't find any info on how to print photos onto t-shirts.
Similar to the ones like these:

http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=25671629&parentid=M_TOPS
http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=20780631&parentid=M_TOPS

Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have some really dope pictures I've been taking,but I want to find a way to get them printed onto t-shirts. Any help appreciated.
Nov 18, 2012 @ 07:13
thanks highly appreciate it. lol, I don't really like em anyways
Nov 18, 2012 @ 16:00
that's ill. how much do screens and paints run for? and how u determine how many colors/what colors are needed for a design?

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Nov 20, 2012 @ 08:38
Was he not using registration marks? How did he get a perfect line up every time? im guessing experience lol did all 4 screens relatively quick
Nov 21, 2012 @ 05:53
just want to know how to print the design on the screen

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Nov 22, 2012 @ 01:43
Heat press and transfer paper.

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Nov 23, 2012 @ 05:15
theres places that do this shit for you all over the place.try any tshirt place or random photo place.you could even use cafe press.
Nov 24, 2012 @ 04:04
Originally posted by Inactive User
theres places that do this shit for you all over the place.try any tshirt place or random photo place.you could even use cafe press.

ya its like $15 or cheaper if you get a dozen

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Dec 21, 2012 @ 23:38
How do heat transfers hold up, any high quality kind?
May 11, 2013 @ 06:04
Heat transfer is definitely the cheapest way.  If you want a higher quality product you should silkscreen.  You can get your photos color separated and do a 15 color set up for a super clean photo print.  

Alternatively you could break up your image into CMYK components to save money one screens/set up charges.   If you do a CMYK, I would still do a 9 color CMYK, with two sets of CMYK break downs, (light and dark Cyan, light and dark magenta, light and dark yellow, black, neutral gray, and white).  The image will have more depth and the CMYK will blend more gradually which will make the image looks better.  I worked at a silkscreening shop for 2 years and specialized in high detail photo prints.
May 12, 2013 @ 02:36
screen printing photos is a huge investment, money and time wise. if you just want to print a few, look for some local direct to garment (DTG) printers, and get some quotes/conversations going. : ) 

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Jun 16, 2013 @ 07:32
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sH3Cmpm9z08

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Jun 19, 2013 @ 22:08
thats looks like direct to garment printing which pretty much is a big printer that prints onto clothing the same way a computer printer prints onto a piece of paper. 

I love the look of the direct to garment printing but everything I've found is usually a bit pricy. The best printer on the market is made by AnaJet 

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Jun 20, 2013 @ 02:27
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