Make any size poster from any digital photo
Seamless results with our 'Edge Calibration' feature
Works with any size or type of printer
Optionally print poster at any photo lab (no printer
Zoom/pan/crop and preview for perfect posters
Easily make any size poster (top quality) from any digital photo...
Digital Camera Poster Creator lets you create photo quality posters of any size and shape from any digital image. Our exclusive Edge Calibration technology ensures top quality results by measuring and compensating for the characteristics of your individual printer. Zooming, cropping, dragging, and rotation features enable you to create perfectly composed posters as well. Our dynamically updated output statistics keep you informed about the size, shape and estimated image quality of your poster. This software can be used with any home, office or photo lab printers. Your digital images can be from digital cameras, scanners, or any other source. Some examples of what you can create with this software include wall sized panoramic landscape posters, life sized (or larger) portrait posters, and any other size or shape of poster that you can think of.
Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Server 2012, Vista, XP, Server 2008, Server 2003
Frequently Asked Questions
(1) Will Digital Camera Poster Creator work with images from my digital Camera ?
Digital Camera Poster Creator works with images from all digital cameras. It even works with scanned images or digital images from any other source.
(2) What types of printers will Digital Camera Poster Creator work with ?
Digital Camera poster creator will work with any printer that can print digital images. This includes ink jet, laser, thermal printers, etc.
(3) What is Edge Calibration and how does it work ?
Most printers that produce borderless prints trim off parts of the edges of printed images. If you are printing just one print, then you usually do not notice this. If you are piecing together multiple prints in order to create a larger panoramic image or poster then it becomes much more noticeable. It can actually ruin the way that a poster looks. The Edge Calibration procedure in Digital Camera Poster Creator lets you easily measure the amount of edge clipping that your printer is doing. The software can then compensate for the exact amount of clipping that your printer is doing, allowing your images to piece together seamlessly. You can save and name custom Edge Calibration profiles for each printer that you are making posters with.
(4) How can I use Digital Camera Poster Creator to make a poster at a photo lab
It is very easy to make posters with Digital Camera Poster Creator at a photo lab, and the results are really nice. Just set the paper size to 6 x 4 inches, margin = 0 (no margins), and then turn on 'Edge Calibration' using one of the built in 'Edge Calibration' profiles. Next, create your poster tile photos with Digital Camera Poster Creator, and put the images onto a digital camera card. Take the card to your photo lab and have them printed out. You can get really nice results, and can make posters for a very low cost.
(5) Does Digital Camera Poster Creator work with borderless printers?
Digital Camera Poster Creator works very well with borderless printers. This can include either inkjet photo printers, thermal photo printers, or even prints from a photo lab. When making borderless prints, it is a really good idea to use the 'Edge Calibration' feature. Print the 'Edge Calibration' test print, see the number of lines on each edge of your print, and then input that information into the software. This will ensure seamless results. Another benefit of using a borderless printer is that you do not have to trim off the margins before assemblying your poster.
(6) How should I attach the tile prints together to construct my poster?
There are a few ways to do this. One nice method, especially for borderless prints, is to tape the adjacent tiles prints together using clear tape from the back. Lay out your tiles first without tape so you know which tile go where. Next, flip over the entire poster. Do not just flip over each tile print, or else the prints will not be oriented correctly. The left-most tile print will be the right-most print after flipping. With the tile prints now upside down and correctly oriented, put clear tape along the edges where the prints touch eachother. When you've attached all edges, then turn over your attached prints, and see your newly created poster.