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    The print isn't literally 32x24" though, right? The pillow itself is obviously smaller, so I'm guessing this is just the size on screen at 72dpi, or something to that effect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneClick View Post
    The print isn't literally 32x24" though, right? The pillow itself is obviously smaller, so I'm guessing this is just the size on screen at 72dpi, or something to that effect?
    What are the dimensions of the pillow?

    A 32"x24" image displayed on a monitor at 72 pixels per inch (PPI) would be 2304x1728 pixels. Printed at 300 dots per inch (DPI), that same resolution would render out to 7.68"x5.76".

    I'm not sure the standard in the Print2Fabric situation, but with traditional printing 300 DPI is a pretty good standard for a quality print.

    EDIT: I see the pillow size is 12"x8", which is a 3:2 aspect ratio, which is why your 32"x24" (4:3 aspect ratio) image is being cropped at the top and bottom a bit. Perhaps the print resolution is closer to 200 DPI.

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    Yeah, I use 240dpi for canvas prints. Great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmc4free View Post
    What are the dimensions of the pillow?

    A 32"x24" image displayed on a monitor at 72 pixels per inch (PPI) would be 2304x1728 pixels. Printed at 300 dots per inch (DPI), that same resolution would render out to 7.68"x5.76".

    I'm not sure the standard in the Print2Fabric situation, but with traditional printing 300 DPI is a pretty good standard for a quality print.

    EDIT: I see the pillow size is 12"x8", which is a 3:2 aspect ratio, which is why your 32"x24" (4:3 aspect ratio) image is being cropped at the top and bottom a bit. Perhaps the print resolution is closer to 200 DPI.
    The pillow is set in the system as 12x8 and you are correct in the DPI. Normally we have them set at 300 or as close as possible. But for custom uploads, it would be whatever that image is set to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneClick View Post
    Here's a sample. Using a standard landscape photo from my iPhone I simply reduced the size to 32x24 and kept the repeat pattern at the default "Basic". Given the size of the pillow you're going to lose some of the river and sky, unless you want to unlock the ratio and just smash it to fit...an absolute felony for anyone even remotely close to design or photography!

    If I did something like this, I guess I would just print the same on the back as well instead of trying to wrap it and have two "sorta nice sides" instead of one good one and whatever else on the back. For the price, I'm a buyer...just need to complete the impossible task of choosing one photo out of a billion!





    I wonder how well the printing will hold up after rubbing my dirty greasy head all over it?
    This is cool! I can't wait to see more and more of these flowing through our system!
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    This is cool. A couple of photos I had handy. Did take some adjusting to get it fit the pillow good.

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    Droste Effect pillow


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    Quote Originally Posted by cmc4free View Post
    Droste Effect pillow

    Very cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by kamileon View Post
    This is cool. A couple of photos I had handy. Did take some adjusting to get it fit the pillow good.

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    Both of these are great for this application.
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    Very cool!

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