Help us create the best customised clothing for you by taking a great photo of your artwork. A poorly taken photo would likely result in a poorly printed garment...
Fret not! It is real easy to take a good photo of your artwork. Simply follow these tips and the photo of your artwork would be all set to go!
Thankfully with all the wonderful smartphones around these days, we don't need professional high resolution cameras (though those would be great too of course!). Photos taken with smartphones 5MP and above are all good to go.
NO SCANS- PHOTOS ONLY PLEASE
Make sure your picture is taken with a good source of light and the whole picture ( or the parts of it you want) is well lit throughout, with no dark spots. We recommend natural light source like outdoor lighting or taken indoors at a spot with good amount of sunlight and without lights on. No flash is best too.
If you would only like a part of the artwork (if there's some food spill near it, or if there's another drawing your little one doesn't want right next to it. .) don't stress yourself out trying to only capture the part you want!
Simply take a photo of the whole artwork and you can crop out the part you want easily during our crop out step.
Blurry pictures will result in blurry prints. Unless that is your intention for a creative print, ensure steady hands and that the artwork is nicely in focus and sharp before taking the picture.
Shadows (such as that of the device used to take the picture) may be hard to remove completely. Avoid taking the picture under a directly overhead light source. Sunlight is the best light source, try taking next to a window.
Ensure the paper is nice and flat with little or no folds and creases as these unfortunately cannot be removed completely and may form part of the clothing print.