Uploading a photo of a photo using your android device
Uploading a scan of your photo using a scanner
Take the photo square on
No flash but in good light
At the maximum size of the camera
Scan at 300dpi (resolution)
Crop to the edges of the photo
Scan at the same size (100%)
Make sure its a Jpeg with the setting set to HIGH QUALITY (Important)
DPI and the meaning for your Photo Printing Results
To ensure the best possible print results we strongly advise and recommend that customers use photos no lower than 300dpi. In short the higher the DPI, the sharper the image will be.You get more detail and greater resolution from an image with higher DPI. A lower DPI will produce an image with fewer dots in printing, meaning lower quality, possibly blurring or pixelation.
We take all necessary steps to provide customers with an accurate representation of the the final printed product by way of electronic visuals on this website and in the form of pdf proof documents.
Printed Colour Disclaimer; Please be mindful that each computer monitor displays colours differently in various degrees to an actual printed product. Each monitor screen (including laptops,phones and tablets) will vary in illumination, brightness, pixels, calibration, RGB, & bit depth. Even different browsers can cause colour variations. Therefore, we make no guarantee whatsoever that the colours you see here on screen will be exactly what you get in the printed product. That being said most of the time there are no issues and the percentage variation if any will be small, thus hardly noticeable but this is not a guarantee for the reasons explained above. As with all online businesses the customer is asked to take these facts into consideration. We also advise that we cannot guarantee that any reprints will be an exact colour match to that of the original order because printing inks are replaced regularly. Any reprints will be aimed to be as close as possible to the colours used in the original order.