Wood Prints are made from actual wood with natural grain and warm wood tones. These displays will show the grain of the wood through less saturated areas.
Wood Prints are priced individually.
Available to order via ROES
|Sizes||½in. Thick Maple|
Useful information to help you through the process of ordering this particular product. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
File Format and Resolution
We currently accept only JPG files. All files must be saved with an embedded RGB Colorspace, preferably sRGB. We do not recommend embedding any other color space. We do not currently accept Tiff, PSD, PDF or Raw files for production.
All products are printed at 300dpi, so in general for Photographic Prints and wall art products you can submit your largest available file, and our printers will interpolate the information. This means that if you submit a file that is 2400x3600 pixels to be printed as a 4x6" print, our printers will pull 1200x1800 pixels to create the print, as this gives you 300dpi. If you are printing that same file as a 16x24", our printers will pull the maximum amount of information available and distribute it across the print size.
How are Wood Prints made?
Wood Prints are created using a sealing process where an image is printed onto a transfer paper and then sealed to a prepared wood board. With Wood Prints, any less saturated areas of your image will show the wood color and grain through the image, so light skin tones, empty skies and areas that might be considered "high key" will show the warmth, tone and grain of the wood.
Do Wood Prints have a bleed?
With Wood Prints there is an overall bleed of approximately ¼". The Wood board itself is ¼" smaller than the print that is being sealed to it. It is important to keep text, logos, and important image elements at least ¼" away from the edge of your image.
Can Wood Prints be Color Corrected?
Color Correction is not available for this product, and all edits must be made to the files on a color corrected monitor before upload.