Resolution quality from most digital cameras can vary. For best results, use a camera that is at least 3 megapixels and take your photo at the highest setting. If you are not familar with checking the DPI of a file, your jpg file size should be at least 800 KBs for an 11x14 and 1.4 MBs for a 16x20.
Art printing requires the dedicated attention of trained professionals. Whether you need giclée fine art prints, canvas gallery wraps or any other professional fine art printing services, you need a fine art printer who will partner with you to get the best possible results. And that’s us!
Every file sent to us is opened and tested for color, resolution and shadow/highlight information. We do not retouch, color correct or resize any image provided for giclée printing unless requested by the client. Our systems are calibrated to create true-to-the-original fine art reproductions. Our printing is done in-house, using our Epson 9900 large format printer equipped with UV inks that are guaranteed to last 75 years in color, and over 100 years in black and white.
You can upload your digital photo or scanned photo from your computer, crop and re-size it, and choose from many different sizes then choose either canvas or fine art paper as the medium to create your artwork.
Please remember the quality of your image is determined by the size and megapixels of your original photo. The more pixels, the clearer your enlargement will be. If your image is blurry or pixelated when at a small size.........we will not be able to take that and create a clear, beautiful image at a larger size.
If you are starting with a physical photograph or piece of art, scan at 300 dpi resolution for best results. If you don't have a scanner, take it to your local copy store and have it scanned. Then you can upload the image from your computer.