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How should I prepare my digital files and what formats do you accept?
PPI: 150 Prefered (Maximum: 300 - Minimum: 100)
File Size: 100 MB or less. (For larger files, upload placeholder image and email file transfer link to email@example.com)
File Types: Save as Tiff or Jpeg. (Tiff Prefered - use LZW compression when saving as Tiff if file is larger than 100 MB)
Image Sizing: Size the image by width and height in inches.
How large can I go? Assuming your image is set to 150 ppi, simply divide the number of pixels by 150. This will tell you how large you can print in inches. For example, a 3600x5400 pixel image, divided by 150, equals 24"x36". This is the max size we can print at full resolution. We can achieve perfect resolution with 150 ppi files. We have done comparative tests with 150, vs 300 vs 600 ppi files. There is absolutely no difference in final output, which we print at 2880x1440 dpi.
Color Space: Use the Adobe RGB 1998 color profile. (Adobe Photoshop: go to Edit/Color Settings) Then when you save your tiff or jpeg check the box that asks to "embed profile".
Signatures: If you have a signature on your image please make sure it is 1/2" from the edge of the print. This is one of the most common problems we see. If your signature is too close to the edge this will delay your order as we will need to notify you and wait for it to be fixed. If the image has already been printed, there will be an additional charge to re-print a revised file. This would be the cost photo paper only. The turnaround time will start once we received your correct replacement image.