How large can I print?
You can use the table below as a general guide to the pixel dimensions needed for printing. The table will show you how many pixels are in a specific print size across various print resolutions, and will help you answer the question of, ‘How large can I print my file?’ Continue reading How large can I print?
This article may puzzle you. We represent a printing company, why we would like to give you advice about printing at home?
The answer is simple, we don’t want you to spend money on things you can do at home. Continue reading Printing your artworks at home
Looking to edit your memorable photos, create genuine art, classify and view images and videos?
Beside the popular software and apps that we all know, there are surprising free ones you can get for Windows users.
Continue reading Free useful software for Windows
As we not only print copies of artworks but also publish books, we receive lots of enquires from artist and photographers about what they can publish, copy or reproduce or not.
This article is a practical guide about copyright and do not pretend to replace the advice of a solicitor, but, it will help you as starter. Continue reading About Copyright and other issues
To print your unique artwork, we will require a digital file (a photo).
This article is to assist you to this yourself or to decide if you prefer to send the artwork to us to be digitalized.
Continue reading How to capture photos of your artworks
Planners & calendars:
W: 42 cm / 16.537 inches / 4961 pixels Continue reading A2 Wall Planners & Calendars
This is a simple guide that does not pretend to be technical but makes easy to understand the costs implied when you decide to have your website and why you need to be very careful about companies offering very cheap or free website. Continue reading Understanding the cost of your website
Why Reproduce your Art Work
- Artists, who sell their work, introduce a new, lower, more affordable price point.
- Artist, who wants to find alternatives to sell their artworks on different products such as mugs, garments, postcards and more,
- Artists create reproductions to give to friends and family.
- Artists, who want to send their artwork to magazines, catalogues and other promotional uses.
- The primary way to present fine art photography is by printing.
- Archival purposes, such as keeping a copy of an artwork you sold.
Continue reading The truth about creating prints of your original art
What is a limited edition print?
Limited Edition prints means that the artists will only print a certain amount of copies of a particular artwork, and once they are sold, there won’t be more available. Continue reading Limited edition prints, are they a good option?