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Hi there, 

I have a customer who is printing one of my images up on wall paper for a wall piece. 

the final size will be 282cm wide and 262cm high. 

I need to get the file ready for print but I am not sure how to export?

The wallpaper supplier is telling me I need to have an absolute minimum of 72 DPI in reference to the wall dimensions. I am not sure how to properly export this from lightroom? If anyone can offer any assistance that would be greatly appreciated!

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So all you need to do is open the photo in Photoshop, choose your crop tool, and enter the values they've given you:


When you crop it, it will enlarge a LOT on your screen.  That's a good thing.

Then when saving the jpeg, choose 7 on the 0-12 quality scale.  That will give ample quality, but keep the file manageably small.  (Oh, and make sure you choose "Baseline Standard" in that window also).

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Thank you so much for your help. I had a bit of trouble completing the process in photoshop so I saved it and it went to my lightroom and then I exported it. 

Does this look okay?

I am worried about the RGB colour space? Although the colour profile is SRGB?


Confusing stuff mate, cheers for helping me out. 

Screen Shot 2016-05-18 at 4.31.27 PM.png

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