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Sizing An Image to Match a Product

Thursday, July 11, 2013 5:02:18 PM Australia/Sydney

Matching Image size to Print Size

So, all the hours in Photoshop are complete, your masterpiece is ready for the world. You have decide to have your image printed, so the world really can see it!  A decision is made on the perfect paper and mount for the image, you have placed your order, uploaded the image file and now its only a matter of waiting for the delivery or is it?

Does your image file match the size of the product ordered or is the aspect ratio incorrect. Does your Image file contain enough data to produce a quality print at a resolution that does justice to your masterpiece? Have you left enough space on the edges to ensure that when the print is being mounted important pieces of the image, part of the head or foot or an arm , are not lost?

The answer to these questions can make a big difference and can save you from the frustration of not being able to have your image the way you thought it looked its best.

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0 Comments | Posted in Tutorials Photography Articles FAQ By Ken Scarfe

What Kind of Border Does My Image Need?

Thursday, July 16, 2009 6:45:13 AM Australia/Sydney

Each individual picture has its own special need. This article is to help you decide what border option is the best for your image. 

Please take note of the images in the article, these will help you to visualise your final print.
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0 Comments | Posted in Tutorials Photography Canvas FAQ By Leslie Atack

Printing Photos On Canvas - The New Art Form

Wednesday, May 14, 2008 11:32:50 PM Australia/Sydney

Photos on Canvas are rapidly gaining popularity amongst proffessional photographers and art affectionardos alike, who want to modernise, personalise and colour co-ordinate their homes. Are Canvas Print decorating options limited to only those who are up on the latest photo printing techniques? By no means, read on for some great photo solutions and ideas.

A great way to do this is with photos on canvas!

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0 Comments | Posted in Articles Canvas By Julie Atack

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