Checking your Image File:
1: Set the image dimensions ( width & height ) so they are at the correct output size relative to the resolution you would like your file printed at either 300 dpi or 360 dpi is recommended.
2: Make sure your image is in RGB mode, Adobe RGB 1998 is the recommended colour space.
3: The file should have no layers ( flattened ) and save it as an 8-bit TIFF, 16-bit can be handled however the files are obviously much larger when it comes to upload them and the quality difference in the print is only slight. JPEG's ( don't compress too much ) can be printed from as well, however the quality of the print will not be as good.
4: All files received are individually softproofed by us in order to achieve the best print quality possible.
5: The file should now be ready for upload (remember to give it the same ref. as you entered in the print purchase field) - three file upload options are available on each print ordering page.