Today I looked up the correct size to create my posters on for the GAP campaign, I can input the correct size into Photoshop with dpi (dots per inch, which are the number of dots spread out in a line with a 1 inch span). I will do the posters A0 size with the dpi at 300, this will give the customer good quality prints.
I will print out a copy of the three posters I will be doing, this will give the customer a real life feel of what it will look like. I looked up three companies that I can print my posters with online, the prices range from £10 per poster to £18.
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Online Printers Image- Online Printers, 2016. PLOTS, DIN-A1 [online]. Available at: https://www.onlineprinters.co.uk/Plots,-DIN-A1.htm?websale8=diedruckerei.08-aa&pi=DPOA140&ci=006982. [Accessed 15 February 2016].
PhotoBox Image- PhotoBox, 2016. Posters [online]. Available at: https://www.photobox.co.uk/shop/wall-decor/posters/sizes. [Accessed 15 February 2016].