Preparing Your File For Printing

How To Add Borders to Your Image

All images that are sized at 8"x10" will be printed on letter size (8.5"x11") paper. This means that we will provide you with an 8.5"x11" print that we do not trim unless the "Borderless" Option is checked during order creation.

All prints larger than 8.5"x11" will include a half inch white border.

If you require borders of a particular size, you must include them in the file. See our How To Page for instructions on creating custom borders.

How to size your image for printing

First, open your image in Photoshop.

Next, on the top tool bar, go to 'Image'.  Then slide down and click 'Image Size'.

This will open the 'Image Size' dialogue window.

Here we can see the image size properties in pixels or measurement units like inches and centimetres.  We can also see the Resolution of the image.

To change the size of the image, choose inches or centimetres, then input the desired width or height.  When the 'Constrain Proportions' check box is ticked, entering one value will automatically adjust the other.