Not usually, but please ring to discuss your need.
Yes, but when mounting goes wrong it goes very wrong, so nothing you can’t easily replace.
Sometimes but only on certain printers. We love to help and experiment, but we can’t damage our equipment.
No….. but please ring to discuss your project as we can often find a way to help.
The most common adjustment people make after producing their first test print is brightening. This is often due to the relatively high brightness of the screen we revenue our artwork on. Turning your screen brightness down to match the test print will give you an idea of the brightness adjustment required to your file.
Email or a File Transfer Service, including We Transfer linked to on our site.
Dpi = Dot per inch = Printing Ppi = Pixels per inch = Screens/monitors But people say Dpi interchangeably as it is the more popular term.
300 dpi means there are 300 dots or pixels per square inch: So 300dpi = 300 x 300 = 90,000 dots or pixels of information. This is considered perfect quality for art printing.
Resolution describes the amount of small squares of colour that make up an image. The higher the resolution the more information there is in an image, and the larger it can be printed whilst still looking good. It is often described as Dpi or Ppi.
A photograph is a bitmap file meaning it is made of lots of tiny squares of colour. If you can actually see the edges of the squares the quality is considered to be low, and that is called pixelation.