DSLR gallery hanging

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DSLR gallery hanging

Postby colin_12 on Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:14 pm

I have an image that the other half would like to see up on the wall.
http://www.redbubble.com/people/colin12/art/2102455-4-mnt-cook-national-park-nz

What do we think?

Gerry I know we are looking for one square metre.....ish, so does that mean 1.5m x .6m would be in that range?
Or should I keep looking?
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Re: DSLR gallery hanging

Postby biggerry on Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:59 pm

oohh I like it, looks great as a pano..

with the size i think the only common factor between all the images will be size, the longest edge is 100cms.

if this is a real turn off let me know - at the end of the day I would rather see your image up even if it ends up having to be be bigger and be in the 'special' basket :wink:
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Re: DSLR gallery hanging

Postby blacknstormy on Tue Feb 23, 2010 9:54 pm

Hi - I have a query - just emailed Biggerry, and he suggested I post on the forum ..
what is the best format to save the photo in ???? Tiff, jpg ???
300 dpi ???
RGB ????
What do you reckon guys :)
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Re: DSLR gallery hanging

Postby aim54x on Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:10 pm

blacknstormy wrote:Hi - I have a query - just emailed Biggerry, and he suggested I post on the forum ..
what is the best format to save the photo in ???? Tiff, jpg ???
300 dpi ???
RGB ????
What do you reckon guys :)
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I would go either JPG or TIFF 300DPI but dont worry about upscaling to the print size, Callan will have software to do this (Genuine Fractals I would imagine...that is what we use at work when needed), and it will help with file sizes.

Gerry can you confirm?
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