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Framing Digital Images

First of all, it begins with a good picture, no mater the source. Remember the quality of your image is determined by the size and megapixels of your original photo. The more pixels, the cleaner your enlargement will be. If your image is blurry or pixilated with a smaller size we will not be able to take that image and create clear, beautiful image at a larger size. Follow below JPG recommendations for your image(s)

JPG: Check the DPI files on your JPG should be at least 800 Kbs for a 11x14 image and 1.4 MBs for a 16x20 image. The higher the better.

DPI: Dot's per inch. The number of dots or pixels in a single inch. The more dot's the higher the quality of the picture (more resolution, more sharpness and detail).

Resolution: The easiest way I can explain resolution is to say that more resolution means an image displays more detail (or is capable of displaying more detail). Higher DPI means higher resolution. We recommend a resolution greater than 240 DPI to ensure a quality framed photo. If your image does not meet those recommendations try a smaller paper size.

Scan Images

300 DPI is standard, sometimes 150 is acceptable but never lower, may go higher for some situations. If you don't have a scanner go to your local copy store and have them scan your image(s). Then upload your images to your computer.