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Sending Images 

Here you will find the frequently asked questions about how to send us images.

If you are unable to find the answer to your question please do not hesitate to contact us:

Email:
info@acrylicpictures.com
or
Tel:
029 2082 1082

How should I save my Image?

All images should be of the best quality that you are able to produce in jpeg, tiff. or psd formats. We are able to reduce pixels within a picture but not add to them. Please send images through at actual size plus 1cm in both X and Y axis, in Adobe RGB (1998) 120-300ppi

If you have any doubts go to FAQ then click on File Set Up where there is a much more detailed explanation of the process.

Can I send an image by email?

Yes you can. We have the capability of receiving emails up to 10MB in size. If you have a few images and they are collectively less than 10MB then they should be ok on one email. If they are larger please attach them to different emails.

All images and emails should be sent to:
info@acrylicpictures.com

 

Free Internet Services for Image transfer
Have you tried Internet Image transfer services before? Have a look at both mailbigfile.com and yousendit.com. These are free services where once you have opened an account you are able to send large images. They get uploaded and an alert message comes through to us to download them. Many of our customers use these services, they find them very easy to use as well as very effective.

Can I send my images on a CD?
Yes you can. Please burn your image/s to CD or DVD in jpeg, tiff. or psd formats, in Adobe RGB (1998) 120-300ppi. Remember to mark your CD with your contact details and include your order with your CD.

Please send to:
Acrylic Pictures Ltd.
28 Bessemer Road,
Leckwith,
Cardiff
CF11 8BA UK

 
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Jocelyn Conway

Snowy Tenby at night / Ben Fecci Photography