|TIPS - how to choose the right image|
|1. If a photo is out of focus or too grainy we cannot improve it. Choose a photo that is sharp, clear and undamaged|
Out of Focus
|2. Choose pictures where the subject takes up 1/3 to 1/2 of the photo. The subjects faces should be at least the size a nickel for the best results|
|3. Do not write on the front or the back of the photo. This can seriously affect the quality of the print.|
|4. If you have heirloom or one of a kind photos, PLEASE, try to make a copy and send us the copy. If it is not possible try to use some special mail services like FedEx or UPS to be able to track your package|
Electronic or machine prints do not produce high quality result.
We will inspect an electronic photo and inform you if there is a problem BEFORE
we proceed. We cannot accept photo copies or Polaroid pictures.
High speed film greater than ASA 200 may not reproduce acceptably on canvas.
|6. It is preferable to have the subject of your painting centered. If this is not the case, we may need to position or "crop" the photo to achieve the best possible painting.|