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Hi I want to photograph paintings that will be reproduced into posters.What settings should I use as my attempts all come out at 96dpi that is distorted when enlarged. I want to get them to 300 dpi Thanks

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Hi what camera are you going to use and light condition? you will be better highest possible or raw file. Thanks and good luck with you

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How do I print artwork getting all the colors to render accurately, so that it looks like the original painting.

Unfortunately you screen (computer or other ) isn't calibrated.
there is software mostly pro use this, but take a picture of a flat grey placard.
using your photo program to check the gamma settings and modify them until the grey on screen matches placard ( hold placard next to monitor). Then print out grey image.
important write down the gamma settings and when you put something to print check to see if these are close.

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Building your own light box at home

I've recently gotten into selling items on ebay and I've found that products that have images with a white background sell more quickly than those that have a lot of stuff in the background. To acheive this impression of profesionally photographing these items I built a light box from a few items that you usually have lying around the house or can get cheap at a local home improvement store.

First you are going to need a cardboard box, it should be big enough to fix the item that you want to take pictures of. Take a ruler and scissors, measure and cut out a square about 2 inches from the edge of the box all the way around on the four sides leaving the top and bottom of the box alone. Then using white poster paper line the inside of the box. With another piece of poster board cut it to the width of the box and leave it longer than the height of the box, you wan the poster to curve in the bottom of the box but not crease. If it creases the line will show up in your pictures. Then you have to cover the top and sides of the box using a thin white fabric (it can be an old bed sheet doesn't have to be something fancy) use tape to hold the fabric in place. Make sure to leave one side open so you have somewhere to put the camera. Finally you need a bright light, like a desk lamp then you are all set to photograph like a pro!

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Is wall posters are great for wall decoration purposes?

Yes wall posters are great for wall decoration. A few days ago I bought some bridge framed wall poster for my home from a well known shop (Find the Essence of Joy). Those designs were very beautiful.



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What type of wall poster do you need?

There are many ways to decorate your home or office or any other place. When we talk about different ways to make your walls more adorable and stylish, one of the best ways is to use wall posters. When compared to wall paintings, posters are cheap. But price is not the only factor that encourages people to use posters instead there are many others as well. So, if you are interested in using a wall poster, and have no idea as to what type of poster will work best for you

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Unable to upload photograph to site, due to low memory. what do i have to do in order to do this?

Set your camera to a lower resolution. There is no need for ''high'' resolution unless you are printing a POSTER sized photo. I absolutely guarantee this will solve your problem.

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How can i edit my pictures ?

used this 3 Steps to edith your pictures ok.

1. Open Microsoft Paint. MicrosoftPaint--also referred to simply as "Paint" in Microsoft's own Paintoverview--may be accessed in one of two ways. To open the program directly,click on the "Start" icon on the bottom left-hand side of the screen.From here choose "All Programs," "Accessories" and thenclick on "Paint." Once Paint is running, choose "File" andthen "Ope"n from the pull-down menu, navigate to the photograph youwish to edit, and click to open. Paintmay also be launched if a photograph is already open in Picture Viewer. Simply press "ctrl+e," and Paint willopen as the default editor. 2. Edit the picture. Once a photograph is open in Paint, it maybe manipulated in a number of common ways, such as cropping and resizing. Thereare also tools for those who are artistically inclined. Eraser tools may beused to delete specific portions of a picture; virtual paintbrushes will draw,spray or paint colors to the user's liking; and a text tool will allow theaddition of text messages in the font and color of the user's choosing. Agreat number of tools are available, however, so the best way to fully exploitPaint's features may be throughexperimentation or using resources, such as "Instructions for MSPaint," which is available online via the Arts and Sciences department ofWashington University in St. Louis. 3. Experiment with other editingprograms. As useful as Microsoft Paint may be for editing pictures in WindowsXP, it lacks some common tools that are offered by a number of third-partyphoto editing programs. One of these is Picasa, a free photo editing solutionoffered by Google. Once downloaded and installed, Picasa offers a variety ofcontrols designed to be intuitive and user-friendly that will address manycommon problems found in amateur photographs. Tools are included to adjustcontrast, color correction and provide the ability to selectively brighten darkareas of a picture. A "red-eye" removal tool finds eyes inphotographs and automatically removes the offending red glare
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Scanned documents too large

When you scan them, save them as a different type of document. Try saving them as a web document. They will reproduce almost as good and will be a lot smaller in size (bytes, not inches).

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Creating a 300 dpi x 300 dpi file

You need to be able to change the DPI setting in the image file. This can be done in most complete photo editors, though they tend to name the procedure in different ways. In Corel Photo-Paint, you would look for "Resample Image". In the open source photo editor Gimp, look for "Scale" under "Image".

In all such procedures, what you want is to set both the vertical and horizontal DPI values to 300, apply them, then save the image. Please do save it to a different filename, since you lose some quality of JPEG images every time they are saved.

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Losing green / torquoise tones

I'm betting you just have to adjust the white balance properly.  The D80 allows you to set the white balance against a grey target.  There are two ways of doing this.  First, you can put a reference grey target right on the painting, set it, and then remove the target while using the white balance you just set.  Alternatively, you can cover the lens with a diffuser of some sort, like a piece of white paper and hold the camera right where the painting will be, but pointed back towards where the light is coming from so that the diffuser is being bathed in that same light.
In case you don't know how to set the preset white balance, I suggest checking the manual.  I use a D70s, so the procedure may be very slightly different on the two cameras, but the idea is the same.  The key is that if you do this, you are pretty much guaranteed to get proper colors every time - not just now, but anywhere.  I do this often.  All that is required is a perfectly neutral patch (white to black, but with no color at all) that is being lit with the same light as you are trying to photograph in.  It takes about 5 seconds and presto - perfect white balance.  Note that this is for making pictures that look EXACTLY LIKE THEY WOULD IN PURE WHITE LIGHT.  So, it isn't for capturing proper sunsets, etc.
Good luck.

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