High-quality custom posters need high-quality images to go into them — that's why we do not accept photos from cell phones, or the wallet-sized and 4" x 5" or 4" x 6" photos most people are familiar with. We also cannot use photos that are blurry (out of focus, or a small photo that has been enlarged too much) or very dark (underexposed) or very light (overexposed).
Here's what you can send:
5" x 7" and larger photo prints that are sharply-focused and properly exposed.
Digital photos that are at least 1,400 pixels x 1,000 pixels in dimension and at least 200 dots-per-inch in resolution.
Logo and Mascot images are commonly smaller than the sizes give above and that's usually Ok.
Things to keep in mind:
When mailing photo prints, it's best to sandwich the photos between cardboard to keep them flat.
For CDs and DVDs containing digital images, a padded envelope is good, cardboard as above is better.
Remember . . .
If you are unsure about what any of these requirements mean, just ask me (Randy Edens) using our Contact Us form. I welcome any and all questions about our Custom Posters and will be happy to help you understand what is needed.
Getting Started and Terms
- Just call Dr. David Davis at (713) 449-7474 or send him an email message at email@example.com and let him know you are interested in a schedule poster for your team.
- Send in your photos and payment.
- After your photos have been accepted for use, Randy Edens will post a draft of your schedule poster in a private area of the ReporterNewsSports.com website so that you can see what the poster will look like.
- If changes are necessary he will post a second draft of the schedule poster for your approval.
- No refunds are made once the first draft of the poster is displayed on the website.
- The finished posters will be boxed and shipped to you.
- Our normal turnaround time (payment received to shipping date) is two weeks, provided all of your photos are useable and the first draft of the poster is promptly accepted.