Frequently Asked Questions :
Can I reproduce an image from my digital camera?
What are the resolutions of your printers?
What is dot gain?
How much can I sell my giclee prints for?
Where is your printing facility located?
Are my 35 mm slides suitable for reproduction?
Can you scan artwork directly?
Can I upload my digital files to your site?
How large of an image can you print?
Do photographers print on watercolor papers?
How large should my digital files be?
Can I stretch canvas giclee prints?
Do I need to copyright my work?
Can my web image be copied and reproduced?
How long will my prints last?
How do I pay for your services?
Should I protect my prints and are they waterproof?
Why convert and work in RGB instead of CMYK?
How do I color balance my image in Photoshop?
What is saturation?
How do I properly sharpen an image in Photoshop?
Do you really delete the file when requested?
What is a typical edition size?
How do I price my edition?
Create your images at 200 to 300 dpi at final output size. If your image has very fine detail and is to be printed on canvas or photobase papers, create the file at 350 dpi to maintain sharpness and detail.
If you have an existing file and you cannot recreate your image at a high resolution, DO NOT simply resize and resample it with a graphics program to achieve the higher resolution. For best results, you must create your image at the proper dpi.
However if you must enlarge your file, we suggest using a program called Genuine Fractals, www.genuinefractals.com.