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Well I've created this topic to talk about a couple of things about Photo Editing from the buyers perspective when you hire someone and probably you want your picture to be printed later. It can be helpful to avoid misunderstandings with your preferred print studio. Always try to send a .TIFF or at least JPEG Baseline Standard (Maximum Quality). The con about a .JPEG it is already a compressed file so it probably lost a bit of information so when it is going to be edited. And please do not send a .PNG file The best deal before send us a file is check it have at least 100 DPI (dots per inch) / (Ctrl + Alt + I in Photoshop) and let's say more than at least 10 inch on size on each side (It is going to depend of the proportions of the image) It happened to me in my recent job, the people want an image to be printed (i.e 8 x 10) but the proportions is different (probably it could fit better with i.e 8 x 12) so we have to crop it, or at least we would have to add a white border to maintain the same proportions. If you have an old photo, always try to scan at 300 DPI and output the file at least 2x or 3x the original size. Your print studio should know that or at least let them know it haha. Be careful to not send a thumbnail, sometimes happen when you send an email with a photo from your Iphone. Always choose original size. If I remember more tips, for sure I will be posting on this forum. Hope this tips could help you with your future sellers. Have a good day.