I want to make a high quality print of a smaller art work into a poster sized work, where to go?

I live in Williamsburg and i'm looking to take smaller collage pieces of mine to print them in the best quality i can get them in, and have them printed poster size..

anyone have any suggestions as to where i should go? THANKS :)

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i know this is a challenge.

i've got some small pieces that i would love to make into larger-sized prints, too.


but, i believe that a lot of detail might be lost in the process of making a small piece into a large print.

good luck!
Hello, I am a professional photographer specializing in documenting art. I can capture the image digitallyDand give you a large file enabling you to makes very high quality print . The equipment that I use is mounted on a medium format camera and produces a true 16 bit file. Anyway you can see my site at www.maxyawneyphotography.com.
My cell phone is (646)-258-9052, my rates are really reasonable. I hope this helps, Max
Yes, he correct!!! Go with him!!!!!
My english is not very good, but if i understand well or morethanless, the digital printer in great size is a good option. I prefer Solvents inks for this propose are more saturated. Used coated paper or canvas for the poster.
small 8 x 10 images created using digital capture loses clarity when enlarged to 36' x 48" and has a better chance if Photoshop programs are applied initially before printing. Expierance Spontanaity.
Iris Printers - Use to make awesome printers. I used them in the garment industry, as I was a textile designer, and colors had to be exact. These printers now can be rented or used, as they are $250,000 art printers. It's a vegteble dye too, which it use to be unique to Iris Printers only, but don't know, now a days. A writer now. Peace A.
Send them to Digital Arts Studio (www.digitalartsstudio.net) - they do excellent work
Nah, this is an easy question, the technique has been around for a long time, even before computers. I collect antique photographs, and am a photographer, seriously old school is the best for this. I mean if you want it professional. Professionally PHOTOGRAPH it! Then, ENLARGE it. Why? Less detail lost. Peace
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for yur prints or other very easy site....

 

 

 

www.fineartamerica.com makes all the prints you want for just $30 per year and ships them for you!  they even mat and frame.  You select how much you earn from your work.  good luck.

wal-mart and office depot also make large format prints.

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