Full Color, Inc. is a professional photo lab providing the highest level of service to those looking for innovative products at competitive prices. Our printing services meet the highest quality, utilizing modern technology to achieve superior digital processing in photo, press, and specialty printing services. Read Full Color's Story
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"I am a multi-year customer and I am always so thankful and impressed with the speed, quality and value of your work. I am quite thankful to be your customer!!"
"Thank you so much. I couldn't be happier with the metal prints. The gallery will like them as well because of the floating hanger supplying good support. Thank you again and I look forward to working with you on more."
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"My print arrived today in excellent condition. Thank you for taking care of this so promptly. Your service is equal to your prints -- excellent."
Images intended for printing should be taken at the highest resolution setting for best print quality. Lower resolution photos printed at too large a print size may stretch the pixels beyond the point where they look sharp or clear. If your file was captured at a low resolution, artificially adding to the file size will not significantly improve the print quality. The chart below has been provided as a rule of thumb only and is based on the file’s native resolution from the camera and for properly exposed files. You can also view your files at 100% in PhotoShop for a good representation of how the file will print. To view your file size, open the image in PhotoShop to check the full image size and not the compressed JPG file size.
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