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Enter the size of print you would like to order and this simple tool will tell you the ideal image size we require.
This tool allows you to upload an image or enter your image’s pixel size, the results give you a detailed guide on how large your image will print as well as giving you the opportunity to find an in between size via a range slider.
A growing trend made famous by David Hockney, a number of artists are getting in touch with us to discuss the work they’ve created with an Apple iPad (or other touch screen devices). The most common question is how big will my images print, that depends on the app that is being used. Some will… read more.
We print directly from Adobe Photoshop and can work with all common file formats. Here are our recommended image specifications. File Type Jpeg, Tiff or PSD if rasterized, PDF for vector images. Layers Images should be supplied flattened, without any extra layers Colour & Colour Space RGB with Adobe RGB (1998) or sRGB profiles recommended…. read more.
We talk about our file and resolution requirements on our Image Requirements guide here, but lots of people ask us about print resolution and pixel size, we thought a specific guide would be helpful. Resolution This is a number telling a device (in our case a printer, but could be a computer screen) how many… read more.
If you haven’t already, you will need to download our ICC Printer Profiles to be able to soft proof your digital images. You will also need graphics software – such as Adobe Photoshop – that can work with ICC Colour Profiles. Once you have installed our profiles and set them up in Adobe Photoshop, you’re… read more.
If you would like to soft proof your digital images, you’ll need image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop and the profile for the paper you’re interested in using, you can download them all here, or individually below (right-click and save as…); Paper Profile Name / Download Link Fotospeed Matt Ultra 240gsm dStudio-FotospeedMattUltra240gsm.icm Hahnemühle Photo… read more.
Scanning your original artwork will usually give you much better results than digital photographs. Follow these tips to get the best capture possible for printing. Before scanning, your artwork should be removed from any frame or mount. One of the most important settings within your scanner application is the resolution, this is the number of… read more.
If you’re comfortable with a digital camera, photographing your original artwork for print is easier than you might think. Before photographing your artwork, it should be removed from any frame or mount and if necessary be fixed to a backing board to keep it flat and straight. Depending on the type of camera that you… read more.