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quotePosted at 12:00 on 11th March 2009
good response 'team', but as Dominic only requires A4 size prints, i dont think he'll have any problem with jpegs and I think his printer or printing company should cope.
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quotePosted at 14:16 on 11th March 2009
Dominic actually said A1 which is getting close to 2 x 3 foot photos, and as just mentioned, if the Raw files are available from his chosen photos, the converting to a TIFF would be preferable. For a high quality print of this sort of size, I think you're looking at a file size of some 70 megs. The print lab should be able to upsize the photos to the size they want and the resolution level as well.
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quotePosted at 16:59 on 11th March 2009
I also thought A1 was the required size. Rock on Dom! & good luck with your project.
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quotePosted at 17:20 on 11th March 2009
Thanks for all your advice. I believe it is necessary to provide TIFF files of a minimum size of 50mb to achieve what I want to at A1.
I must say this is an invaluable site and your responses have been very welcoming. Once again many thanks to you all.
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quotePosted at 10:25 on 12th March 2009
Allow me Sue!!
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