Question about enlarging

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  1. bpzar

    bpzar TPF Noob!

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    I was wondering if anyone had advice about enlarging a print. I have a 13x19 digital print I made, I was trying to enlarge it to somewhere in the 30x40 range, but the image has been selectively painted, so I didn't want to run it through a scanner. I had planned on renting an H1 with a 22 megapixel Leaf back and just copy stand the image. If anyone has any ideas please let me know.

    Check out my website too, would appreciate your input,

    http://www.brianpisarz.com/

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    Brian
     
  2. tr0gd0o0r

    tr0gd0o0r TPF Noob!

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    Not much of a suggestion other than you may not need to rent something as heavy duty. I've gotten great 20x30 prints from a 6mp dslr, and so you may be able to get 30x40 with something like that
     
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    What camera did you use to shoot the original?
     
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  5. bpzar

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    I originally shot it with a Nikon D1x, because that is the camera I own, In the future if we were to continue this series hopefully I will have the money to rent the H1. Oh I just wanted to thank everyone for their advice.

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