How to figure out the DPI of an image?
On a PC
Right-click on image icon.
Click the “Summary” tab in the properties window.
You’ll see values for the Width, Height, Horizontal Resolution and Vertical Resolution.
So, if you want to print an image that is 1024 × 768 (listed as Width=1024px, Height=768px on a PC), you need to divide each value by 300 to see how many inches you can print at 300 dpi.
1024 ÷ 300 = 3.4133″ (width)
768 ÷ 300 = 2.56″ (height)
On a Mac
Right-click (or control-click) on an image.
Select “Get Info.”
Under the “More info” tab, look for Dimensions.
You should see a number like “1024 x 768” (some number x some number). These numbers show the number of pixels in the image (width x height)
For example print this 1024px × 768px image at 300 DPI at a size of 3.4″ × 2.56″
Printing slightly larger than suggested DPI can cause blurring and/or pixelization
Different substrates (panel coatings) produce different effects.
Gloss White Substrate
A pure white base that accurately represents colors with a glossy finish.
Similar to glossy white except the base is not white so areas in your picture that are white or light colored will allow the aluminum grain to show behind your image.
Accurate colors on a white matte surface for reflection free prints
A clear, matte surface which allows the metal base to show behind the image
A non-reflective surface with a subtle pebble texture that enhances images with a soft, organic look of metal prints for photographers and artists. This is our speciality as we only produce images on metal (aluminum). We pride ourselves on creating the highest quality metal prints to allow you to showcase your cherished photo or company logo.