I don't see why not
same here like this i'll be handing up next week...haha.Originally Posted by redstone
i remember emailing them about architecture shots..this was the reply..Originally Posted by redstone
1. Architecture/Buildings - Outdoor or indoor shots are both acceptable.
2. Nature - For nature, insects may be included as long as they are
photographed in their natural form, i.e., not dead or stuffed and exhibited.
3. Night scene - Panoramic images are allowed as long as the entire print fits
the dimension of 8x10 inches or 8x12 inches.
i just emailed them about the white border problem... i guess its gonna take a while cuz the deadline is so near, i bet they're being flooded with query emails!Originally Posted by redstone
Really? Thanks!Originally Posted by Splutter
That means i can print in either 8R or S8R then cut off the border right?
i hope i can cut off the border as well..i just sent them an email if i could do that.. hope to get a reply tomorrow..Originally Posted by RtOaNn
damn.. waste 30 bucks... e pictures turned out too dark.. so diff fr wad i see on the com.. any gd photo labs to recommend?
Is your monitor calibrated in the first place? If it's really the lab's fault, maybe you would like to try Kim Tian @ Hong Lim Complex. I usually print there. I'm sure there are many other labs like Beautiful Memories, Grace, etc that others would recommend.
its not calibrated.. but the diff is really big man..hong lim complex? isit at bugis?
Personally, I had mine printed at Miao Laan, which is at Bukit Batok. Check out this link:Originally Posted by danlin
My monitor was not callibrated either. Funnily enough, I fixed the images till they looked good on my screen before bringing it for printing. At the printing center itself they did further correction, not knowing that I had already corrected my images. Still everything turned out perfect. If your monitor is not callibrated, not all is lost. At the printing shop, load the images up on their monitor and ask for their advice before printing. They may even be able to correct the images for you according to their own printer and ensure a more pleasing result.
It's at chinatown. Colours is really a matter of preference. Maybe you can sit down beside them and choose the colours you want if you are printing a small amount.Originally Posted by danlin
calibrationOriginally Posted by redstone
eat. drink. shoot
haha. what the heck, im only printing tmr.
dont know if i should spend on this or not.
i think my photos abit mmmm.. got alot of space to improve upon (nicely put).
haha. consolation is i dont know how good the other entries ar, so dont need to feel paiseh. aiya.
i feel lousY.. anyone else feels this way? but im still going to try. bleah.
who's going down last minute on wednesday?
im going on tuesday!Originally Posted by mintae
edit: finally got my response from SYPA..
"You may choose to leave the white borders on the print or cut them. However,
should you feel that your prints will look better with black borders, you may
wish to cut out the white borders and paste them onto slightly larger black
mounting boards to form a black border all round. "
So err, is it still a good idea to cut the irritating white borders? or just leave them on...
Last edited by metallilan; 12th June 2006 at 01:45 PM.