What Canvas do you use?
We use 400gsm Archival grade, Artist quality, 65% cotton/polyester blended material with a 2:1 weave structure for highest print quality expectations. The water-resistant coating allows a wide colour gamut and extremely high colour densities. The canvas can be framed, mounted or sewn. Due to the 2:1 weave and high flexibility this canvas is crack resistant during mounting.
UV and Scratch Protected?
Our Canvas products are treated with a polyurethane coating to ensure long lasting
What Print Paper do you use?
We use only the best quality for your favorite photos and memories, ALL Picturesque Prints are printed on Moab Lasal Exhibition Luster 300gsm or 270gsm, this paper was developed for use as fine art, archival grade and are of the highest performance resin coated products available in Australia.
The paper is extraordinarily effective for weddings where the neutral but almost luminescent white-point can render detail in the brightest dresses.
What inks do you use?
Canon’s latest LUCIA EX 12-colour ink systems
We use canons latest LUCIA EX 12-colour pigment ink system, delivering the quality and prints with denser, sharper blacks and smooth colour gradations, as well as the reproduction of the finest details in the shadow areas of photographs.
Scratch Resistance: The LUCIA EX inks were designed to ensure that prints are more durable when they are handled or displayed without protection. This is important for proofs, posters, and short-term signs and graphics. Each ink features a new polymer encapsulation for better adhesion to the media and increased resistance to scratching and protection from color fading.
Do my Photo prints come ready to hang?
No. Unless you have purchased a framed print, all other prints will be delivered rolled in a mail-tube or flat pack post (depending on size and quantity), These prints are carefully and securely wrapped with a foam cover sheet and posted directly to you.
Do my Canvas prints come ready to hang?
Yes. Only your canvas prints arrive gallery wrapped around a thick wooded frame. String and or saw-tooth hangers are provided for you convenience, to allow you to hang your canvas in the orientation of your choice.
How do I care for my Prints?
To clean your canvas prints, gently use a soft brush or soft cloth.
Do not apply any cleaning solutions or water as this may cause the color to run or fade. Do not rub the surface of your print.
Do not hang outdoors or in areas of high humidity, direct sunlight or extreme temperature fluctuations.
If you are moving your prints, make sure you always wrap it adequately with bubble wrap. Do not stack prints on top of each other unless they are safely wrapped.
What file format do my photos need to be in?
Your photos need to be in PNG or JPEG (.JPG) format.
Color profiles supported are RGB and Adobe RGB. Any other color profile will be ignored. Incorrect colors produced by using unsupported color profiles will not be refunded.
Color spaces supported are RGB and CMYK.
Quality and Quality Guarantee
Picturesque Prints uses only the best quality printing material, ink, frames, packaging and quality control process to ensure the product you receive has a professional finish and arrives in perfect condition. When you place an order with Picturesque Prints, there is no risk to you. You are covered by our Quality Guarantee. If you are not happy with your Product, please contact us within 30 days and give us the chance to make things right.
What Matt Boards do you use?
We museum quality 4ply Matt board manufactured with 100% cotton, the boards are acid-free, Neutral pH and buffered with calcium carbonate, these are the first choice for framers, museums and conservators.
What are pixels and Mgbs?
How many Pixels in Megabyte (MB)?
The number of pixels in one megabyte depends on the color mode of the picture. For an 8-bit (256 color) picture, there are 1048576, or 1024 X 1024 pixels in one megabyte
The table below shows the minimum image size for the print sizes one might want, assuming a resolution of 200 ppi.
|Desired Print Size (in inches)||Minimum Digital Image Size in pixels @ 200 ppi||Best Digital Image Size in pixels @ 300 ppi|
For other print sizes, simply multiply the length by 300 and the width by 300 of the print size calculate the minimum necessary image size at a resolution of 300 ppi.