how to do it (& how not to do it) explained
multi-panel image splitting service
If you would like your image to be split for a multi-panel/canvas presentation, we prefer that you send us the whole image so that we can do the split for you. The best workflow is for us to edit and enlarge the image prior to splitting, so making sure that the image looks consistent and 'whole' across the entire spread of the panels..Cropping the panels to the correct image areas is complicated by the fact that each panel/canvas requires a bleed of between 0.1" - 0.2" all round, so this must be built into the print files.
We will work according to your instructions, however submitted, (we'll talk about that) but only by allowing us to split the image for you can we guarantee the best possible result.
2 or 3 Panels Charged @ $35.00
4 or more Panels Charged @ $35.00/ 15 minutes
Example of Successful Split Image
"The Ridge"; Stacey Bodnaruk, BC
"As an amateur photographer, I was looking for someone to help me print one of my shots on a rather large piece of aluminium. After careful online research, I decided to reach out to Mark at Print Art Photography since he seemed to offer a more personalized service than others. This turned out to be 100% accurate. Mark was so incredibly helpful, patient, professional and responsive throughout the whole process, and actually did some colour correction and adjustments for me without any charge as I was a first time client. I had my aluminium print in hand within 10 short days of contacting Mark, and I could not be more thrilled with the result. Not only is the quality of the print fantastic, but the packaging and delivery were also top notch. This was my first experience with Mark at Print Art Photography, but it certainly will not be my last. If you are looking for first class service with any of your fine art/photography printing needs, there's no better choice than Mark." Tanvi Vithlani
Above Example: Vancouver Skyline by Tanvi Vithlani