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?
Saturation is a measure of purity of a color. In terms of RGB values, saturation amplifies the separation of the values. Desaturation decreases the separation moving a color closer to gray which has equal R, G, and B values.