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    Window-Sized prints

    I have a client who wants to use one of my images to make a "window" sized print for a new faculty lounge at a university.
    The original is a P45+ file, so depending on viewing distance I suppose I can do any size necessary. I also know that I can get prints up to 64 inch wide, with 44 inch being a little more common. Does anyone have any experience with prints this large? I would really hate to put a seam in the print but I suppose that is an option too. If I need to go say 80 by 60 or bigger, what are my options?
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    Re: Window-Sized prints

    The 11-series Epsons are 60" wide, so shouldn't be a problem other than shipping costs -- just need to find a lab that has one. Also, at that size canvas is about the easiest media to mount, and canvas prints great at anything 90PPI and up, so you probably won't even need to uprez the P65+ file much

    Oh, and congrats on the print sale!
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    Re: Window-Sized prints

    Thanks, Jack,
    I think the P65+ might have to wait until they get into production or maybe a bit more.
    This is getting strange, actually getting paid for my stuff
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    Re: Window-Sized prints

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    This is getting strange, actually getting paid for my stuff
    LOL! Uh, that's what happens when your stuff is good!

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