Is what I see, what I get ?
Well, actually, no.
What you are looking at is
a low resolution interpretation of a photograph which has been drum scanned
at high resolution. These small visual references have been scanned at
72 dots per inch (72dpi), while the image/s you will actually receive
will be scanned at 300 dpi good enough for magazine or coffee
table book reproduction. So the fact is, the image you are looking at
has no where near the detail or sharpness you can expect from the image
you will receive.
The colors you are seeing may
also not be accurate. Your monitor may not be calibrated to show the
true color or lighting of the photograph. The image you will receive,
however, has been matched to the original transparency and has been strictly
quality controlled to ensure you enjoy optimum standards of reproduction.
And what you see is likely to be only a fraction of the images available
through this site. It is simply impractical to load all of our images
onto this web site so if you see an image that's "nearly there"
- for example you'd like it in a different format, maybe vertical or horizontal,
or you'd d like to look at variations of the same image or other photos
taken at the same event - then contact us as we are likely to have it.
Satisfaction Guaranteed: The
artists and technicians of Kirklandphotos.com pride themselves on the
quality of their work. If you are not completely satisfied with the quality
of your image, we invite you to contact us directly with your concerns.
If we are unable to satisfy your needs, we will cheerfully refund your