From resolution of your file to the correct DPI for the size, these are the main items to be aware of:
For best results, set your camera to Adobe 1998 colour space, as this has a wider colour space than sRGB standard setting. sRGB works best for viewing images on the web. If your image file is sRGB, our experienced technicians will extract the maximum available data.
300 dpi is the optimum print resolution, ideally files should be sized at 300dpi at the required
output size. For example, a 10”x8” print at 300dpi would be 20.6mb (8 bit).
JPEG, TIFF’s are preferred although we do accept PDF and PNG’s, if you have any layers please remember to flatten them.
For large prints, a lower dpi can be acceptable, please contact us for advice. Advanced uses are
welcome to download our colour profiles for soft proofing.