I resized the image, but it couldn't keep the aspect ratio if it was going to be 1200 x 1800. It wanted it to be at 1297 x 1800. It doesn't make the image look too distorted though. Besides, if that's the size the website needs - then that's what it needs.
I'm looking to upload my artwork to Saatchi Art website and it advises that in order to use their open edition print services, the pixel size of the image must be exact.
The original scan of the artwork is a PDF file and the artwork was A4 size. A4 is 8-1/4 x 11-3/4 in but they don't offer...
Printer arrived, just waiting on the calibrator.
Got my latest A2 drawings scanned and had PDF's emailed to me. I'm not sure if I should ask for any other image file types from the print shop?
I'm getting 2 copies of each with giclée prints. 5-7 working day lead time. I'll be interested to see...
Found the printer £50 cheaper than Canon site. So that's been bought and will be unboxed on my birthday on the 5th.
I am also, currently the highest bidder on a used, but unopened colour calibrator. Listing ends in 24 hours, so fingers crossed.
Yeah, I expect there to be a lot of trial and error. But so long as I'm not too hard on myself with mistakes.
The idea of being self-sufficient is the main pull for me. However, I've always been good on computers and that all came from trial, error and being inquisitive. I think printing and...
Thank you for your advice. As it's my birthday soon, I'm going to be getting that printer you recommended in a couple of weeks. I'll look to get that X-Rite EODIS3PL i1Display Pro Plus to coincide with the arrival of the printer too.
It's interesting mentioning a dedicated room for printing...
I'm around Cambridge in UK. I wasn't sure if online would be better to source good deals on paper etc.
I definitely want colour and longevity. With that in mind, and the fact I'm going to be printing photos only - are there any good starting points with regards to paper coating and weight? I...
I could always edit on my Mac and print on my PC I suppose.
Is this printer going to be different from my Pro-1 though? None of those cycles/checks which drink ink in the process?
Mind you, I have a lot of photos and pieces I have to work on and want to print, so I think this will get a lot of...
Thanks for the recommendation. I've been reading the review here and it seems to mention issues with Macs with regards to printer profiles (about half way down the page):
I'd use genuine inks, but I need something affordable. Buying genuine Pro-1 inks will have to wait. I want to get comfortable with editing and printing on a more affordable printer first.
I'm not sure about paper types to use, or affordable printers for A4 photography prints though...
Wouldn't be any bigger than A4 with this new printer - I'd use it only for my photographs, but I'd want the quality to be suitable for sales at Art & Craft fairs and exhibitions.
The Pro-1 is too thirsty to be practical for me to get to grips with learning Photoshop and printing my pictures...
Thank you for all the detailed replies and the links provided.
I wonder if you could recommend a budget friendly printer which would be suitable to get used to the ins and outs of printing before I get Big Bertha (my Pro-1) out of storage and start using that.
I want a printer that's capable...