Once you have stitched, touched up, and saved your panoramas, you are sure to want a high-quality print suitable for framing and hanging on your wall. This can be done by using your personal printer, which is typically limited in size, or taking your file to someone with a large-format printer. The things to consider when printing are:
Size really does matter, at least when it comes to panoramas. Dependig on the number of shots in your panorama, in order for it to be 5 or 6 inches tall, it may be 50 or 60 inches long. Some of Cruise on the Web's panoramas are over 100 inches long and only about 4" tall (the panorama of Sydney harbor entrance for one!). Size will determine the printer that can be used to print your panorama.
Paper determines the look of the print, from a glossy bright finish, to an understated matte finsih. Paper runs from glossy to photo satin, to matte, and prints can be made on canvas. Each has its features and benefits, and each impacts color. For a great general purpose print, a photo-satin paper makes beautiful memory.
Ink impacts the overall colors and longevity (along with paper selection) of a print. A printer with 6 colors will create a photo quite differently than a printer with, say, 8 or 12. Some inks will last about the same as a regular photograph, while others are rated at 200 year fade-resistance framed under glass. Your choice of ink will affect the longevity of your print.
If you would like to take the guess work out of printing your panoramas, Brenton White Company, LLC will work with you to determine the best print for your use, and save you money in the process. Each print is carefully matched to your requirements and you'll know the price before it is started. Every print is 100% guaranteed so that if it is not what you wanted, expected, or dreamed of, you do not have to buy it.
Start Today! Call Brenton White Company, LLC at 970-203-0300 to discuss your requirements and we'll work with you to print your panorama memories. If there is a better place to print your panorama, we'll let you know; but when we print them, you'll love them. One of our specialties is enlarging images for super-sharp printing, even at 3 to 4 times the original resolution!
As we have learned the hard way, you can't have big memories on small paper!