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About Us

Company Information
Scott Imaging is a division of Scott Frame and Art. We service customers from all over North and Central America. We are proud of our ability to provide Fine Art Imaging and Printing at a reasonable cost for Artists. Our gallery, framing, imaging, and printing experience will work for you. Please feel free to contact us for any special requests. We understand that the customer is always first, and will do our best to meet your needs.

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Q: Can you print my photo on canvas?

A: We can print any digital image on Canvas provided you have the copyright to the image. Most photos taken by photographers are copyrighted. As long as you have a right to the image, we can print that image in any format. Please see the information section on photos printed on canvas for image quality requirements.

Q: What is a Giclee?

A: Giclee is French for spray. Giclee technology is the preferred method for fine art prints and is at the forefront of current reproduction printing. A Giclee can be printed on many types of media including Fine Art Paper, Canvas, and Photo Paper. Giclee refers to the type of printing and not the media being printed on.

Q: Do you offer a Guarantee?

A: If you are not completely satisfied with our services, we will gladly reproduce those services to your satisfaction or provide a full refund with a return. We want you to be satisfied with our quality.

Q: What size or type of file do I need for printing?

A: This is a multi-faceted question. The file size needed is dependent on the file size output required. Larger files with more digital data provide a finer quality of output. Typical industry standard is 175-225 ppi (pixels per inch) for a high quality output. PPI can be determined by dividing file dimensions in pixels inches in the document. For instance, a 5x7 inch document that measures 1200 x 1600 pixels is 240 x 228 ppi (1200/5 x 1600/7). This quality is plenty high for a nice output. You can determine pixel data by looking at the details for a photo in your photo viewer.

The best data available for printing resides in a TIFF file. This file contains more data than current printing technology can reproduce. High resolution JPEGS will work fine as along as the ppi is over 175. TIFF files are typically pretty large, now you can upload your file directly through our website. Click here to upload your file(s) using Sharefile.
We will be glad to help you through this maze! The bottom line is the higher the resolution (ppi),
the better the print quality.

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