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Digital Files

While digital files are the most cost effective option, research indicates that most people attach more value to tactile objects. When random participants went inside a photo booth they were offered a choice of either getting a JPEG image sent by email or a Polaroid print in their hand. The vast majority preferred the physical print despite the fact that it cannot be reproduced. Another study found that people prefer hard-copy books which can be touched over digital eBooks.  While I strongly believe that there is more value in a physical print, a canvas or other tactile objects which become part of your home décor, some of my loyal clients want to be able to keep their digital files for sharing with family overseas and to make their own prints. Digital files come with a license to make unlimited prints for non-commercial use.

Web Resolution Files

1024×768 pixels, 72 dpi suitable for websites, online sharing, social media, tablets and phones:
1-15 digital files: 75 each
All presented photos: 1,500

High Resolution Files Web Files

1920×1280 pixels at 72 dpi – a higher resolution files, suitable for larger screens and for digital web albums:
1-15 digital files: 100 each
All presented images: 1,900

2880×1800 pixels at 220 PPI – optimal resolution for images viewed on Apple high resolution Retina displays:
1-15 digital files: 120 each
All presented images: 2,200

A5 – suitable for making 6×9 inch prints

1-10 digital files: 160 each
All presented photos: 2,400

A4 – suitable for making 8×12 inch prints

1-10 digital files: 200 each
All presented photos: 2,700

A3 – suitable for making 12×18 inch prints

1-10 digital files: 300 each
All presented photos: 3,500

RAW Files

RAW files enable you to make very large prints without noticeable grain or noise, suitable for a billboard or a large wall art. Your investment in a 40-60MB size RAW file is 1,000.