Technical Support documents, file set-up and configuration, delving deeper into the how and why of professional photo printing and fine art reproduction.
For my very first Google+ hangout I spoke on the panel as a Social Media expert for an HOA (Hangeout on Air) for SMGDenver and I had a blast! Lots of great information was shared. If you are looking to generate leads through social media, or looking to create an online business community with your […]Read More
C’mon now, admit it. You’ve been faced with it too: Not knowing what print sizes your file will fit on without cropping. The answer is all in the colon. No, not THAT one, this one ==> : These two quiet dots carry the full weight of the answer to the problem and it comes in […]Read More
A Pigment print is a bit more than just an inkjet print. So what makes it fine art worthy? To qualify, the print must be achieved using archival grade pigmented inks on archival grade fine-art paper or canvas. While we love the look of the watercolor papers and canvas papers we don’t suggest using Giclee “photo […]
Drum Scans Color space is determined by the methodology used to create the colors within a file. The most popular of those are: RGB CMYK LAB or a similar space such as YCC RGB is gaining popularity in the graphics output community. RGB colors are “mixed” using values stated in levels instead of percentages. i.e. […]Read More
We want you to have the best possible photographic print or fine art reproduction with the least amount of difficulty. For an engaging experience with outstanding results, simply follow the instructions below! Recommended Working Color Spaces While we suggest that you convert to profile for all large format prints (LightJet and Giclee Pigment Prints) we […]Read More
Is Bigger Always Better? You are probably frustrated with the Tiff vs Jpeg debate. The truthful answer is not one of always use this, or never use that. Like cars versus trucks, they each have attributes that make them well suited for certain tasks and not others. Often we are asked to describe the difference between […]Read More
Here is another great question we hear quite often. Sometimes more than once a day. So it seems a relative bit of information to pass along here to our blog reader friends. There are two valid answers to this, depending on whether we look at this as a relative issue or a subjective one. As […]