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What is a suitable image resolution for canvas prints?

I would also like to know what resolution would give me a sharp enlargement of 2' x 3'? Cheers!

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Yes, I agree with @JonSnell. Its depend on your original. Canvas prints have become increasingly popular as a popular way to decorate our home. A few days ago I bought blue lake canvas prints from the famous shop http://www.findtheessenceofjoy.com/. That design was superb.

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It depends on your original. Experimentation is the key.

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HOW TO GET THE BEST DIGITAL PRINTS...


Printing a photo but not getting it upto your expectation.....?? No worries just fiddle a little bit
with the printing options and keep in mind some important points that I am going to tell you....it will help:

1) RESOLUTION OF THE IMAGE TO BE PRINTED... Always keep in mind while printing a digital
printout that the resolution should be best fitted i.e. of the original photo.... if you stretch A photo too 
much or squeeze you might not get the desired result. It depends upon the DPI i.e
dots per inch that appear on the paper in the snap that you print. To get a quality print you must
make sure to select proper dpi for an image in printing. Eg. for printing a snap of 300 dpi you must choose
the image resolution as 600 dpi, but in case of professionally required image quality you can select upto 24oo dpi.

2) PRINTING PAPER ... Make sure that the paper you are using is suitable for the ink and the printer that
you are using. Certain printers specially design Photo Paper suitable for the ink used in them for eg. HP printers
do have Hp photo papers to give a good quality of image.

3) SETTINGS IN THE PRINTER... You can adjust the image quality that you want by clicking on the
Properties Option in the printer dialog box that opens when you give a print command. for eg. you can select
Economy mode for saving the ink (but this will not give a good quality image as colors to will be low),
or you can use the Bes option, as suitable for you...

So next time you Print a photo or snap of yourself make sure to remember these points and have fun.....

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    Find the difference below

    Digital Zoom

    1. Digital zoom is a part of digital cameras, and camcorders, which helps to crop the entire image, and then digitally enlarge the size of the viewfinder of the portion that is needed to zoom in on
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    3. Digital zoom, crops a portion of the image and then enlarges it back to size. And due to this, image quality is reduced in comparison with the original one.
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    Optical Zoom

    1. While taking a picture using a Camera to want to get a close shot of the subject without moving physically closer, photographers use the optical zoom.
    2. The optical zoom ratio of a digital camera measures how much the lens can actually zoom in to make subjects appear closer. Optical zoom, enlarges a picture while keeping the resolution and sharpness of the picture high.

    3. There is no relation between optical zoom and the resolution of the photo, as optical zoom only enlarges the whole image or the subject to a certain range. So image quality only depends upon the mega pixel (MP) of the camera

    4. Optical zoom is very useful, while taking a picture of a landscape, or to get a closer view of a subject, without reducing the quality of the entire image, like taking a picture of a Rainbow in the sky.
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    Using the largest size and resolution combination provides images with the most detail available in your camera. It will provide excellent results for standard 4 x 6 prints and you'll be glad you chose the larger format and resolution if you wish to edit, crop & enlarge any of your shots. At one point, you'll take a picture that you're going to want to enlarge and frame - but when you have your camera set for smaller images at lower resolutions, jagged edges and pixelization begins to appear in the image. The more you enlarge - the more noticeable it becomes. You see this for yourself by taking a picture of something with small size and low resolution settings and another picture of the exact same scene but with the largest size and highest resolution settings. Display the pictures on your computer screen and enlarge them both to 200% or more. Compare the details and edges of both pictures at the same percentage on enlargement to see what I'm describing.

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