Preparing Digital Files
These requirements are basic and necessary for most portrait labs in order to use the various printing software and equipment which are available. If these steps are not followed, and production must manipulate or adjust your files in order to fulfill your printing requests, additional time will be necessary and additional charges will be applied to your order.
Of course we understand if you need help getting started – just let us know. We’ll be happy to do a few test orders step by step to insure the basic procedure is in place.
Send files in 8bit JPG or TIFF/TIF format. If saving as a tif, make sure it is flattened and do not use ...Read More
If you’re doing your own color correcting and quality control, your monitor and viewing area need to be calibrated to ...Read More
Send files in 8bit JPG or TIFF/TIF format. If saving as a tif, make sure it is flattened and do not ...Read More
Resolution is the amount of detail captured in any given image. It is determined by the number of pixels present ...Read More
If you’re planning to simply use the crop tool in Lenzart ROES, then use the high resolution jpeg (or converted ...Read More
Exposure is critical. You may choose to shoot RAW and allow yourself a plus/minus 2 stop latitude that is correctable, ...Read More