Before this digital age I spent countless hours in the real darkroom developing negatives and printing in both black and white and color. Today all that was done then is done on a computer. All of my images are captured with professional equipment and in raw format. Shooting in raw format provides considerable range in processing images shot in less than ideal conditions and provides the best image quality possible.
All of my previews or proofs have been given minimal attention in my digital darkroom and are more than suitable for selecting an image to be prepared for your use. Final editing includes color and exposure corrections, cropping, removing distracting objects; and I can change backgrounds for an additional fee. The charge for additional editing is $20 per quarter hour.
All my work comes with !00% satisfaction guarantee. Don't hesitate to call if you ever have any concerns or questions.
Some Galleries offer images for download. All image sizes are good for video display. Suggested resolution sizes for printing are listed below. I do not offer all resolution sizes for download.
|Kodak, for example, suggests these resolution/file sizes:|
|For a 4" x 6" print, the image resolution should be 640 x 480 pixels minimum.|
|For a 5" x 7" print, the image resolution should be 1024 x 768 pixels minimum.|
|For an 8" x 10" print, the image resolution should be 1536 x 1024 pixels minimum.|
|For a 16" x 20" print, the image resolution should be 1600 x 1200 pixels minimum.|
|For a 20" x 30" print, the image resolution should be 1600 x 1200 pixels minimum.|
For a Wallet-size print, the image resolution
should be 320 x 240 pixels minimum.
Kodak's suggested image resolutions may not satisfy all individuals for optimum photo quality.
Sam's Club Photo Center however requests optimum resolutions for photo quality prints.
An iPhone 6S at 6 Megapixels and an image resolution of 4032 x 3024 can produce a full frame print of Excellent Quality at least 11 x 14"
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