|Quoting Alberto Riva (Reply 6):|
Congratulations on getting a potential sale to a big company!
|Quoting SFO2SVO (Reply 7):|
I lost a sale to a big company couple years ago when they insisted on printing 20x30" and wanted it in 300dpi, nothing less. Did not come up until after we negotiated the price. Sad
|Quoting NicolasRubio (Reply 10):|
That would require either interpolating with a software like Genuine Fractals (better and very easy) or Photoshop (not bad, either, and still very easy) or shooting with a camera that produces 54 megapixel images (extremely expensive because you would need to shoot with a Phase One P65+ back which starts at U$D39,900).
Now, regarding this particular case (the one of the OP), the print will be 100 centimeters wide which is equivalent to 40 inches. At 300dpi resolution, the image would be 12,000 pixels wide, which is A LOT of interpolation. At such a print size, I would print at 150dpi which would mean a 6,000 pixel wide image.