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We provide commercial photography services in Bangkok, Thailand and around. We produce product photography work for online catalogue, or higher resolution for publishing. Photo shoot can be studio based or on your location, in your office or factory.

Our main Service: Commercial Photography especially Hotel, Resort, Building and Products.
And more services.

Some Projects

iPad - iPhone5 Case Baan Golden Resort
iPad - iPhone5 Case Baan Golden Resort
Cabaret Show Catholic Church Wedding
Cabaret Show Catholic Church Wedding
Credit Card Case Genuine Leather Bracelet
Credit Card Case Genuine Leather Bracelet
Shoes Product Protography Signalling and Telecommunications
Shoes Product Protography Signalling and Telecommunications: Asia
KR Golf Studio Muay Thai - Kick Boxing
KR Golf Studio Muay Thai – Kick Boxing
Alea Karin Portrait The Offitel - Sukhumvit Road
Alea Karin The Offitel - Sukhumvit Road
The MobiKase Thailand Chiropractic (C-care Clinic)
The MobiKase Project Thailand Chiropractic
Toyota Prius The bora bora - Bed and Dream Bungalow
Toyota Prius Project The bora bora - Bed and Dream Bungalow



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Tips on Photo Scanning

Written by  on April 21, 2012

There are endless possibilities when you scan your photo for prints. Some people think they are only saving themselves a digital copy “just in case.” You can do lots of things like converting old pictures to digital image and doing digital imaging and restoration. You can also share it via e-mail or online in social networking sites, and make new and bigger prints.

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Photo: t0msk

When doing photo scanning, you need to familiarize yourself with common scanning terms like scanner resolution, dpi and ppi, and file format. While these may seem alien to you, these are terms that you will likely encounter when performing the task. Scanner resolution is measured in either pixels per inch (ppi) or dots per inch (dpi). Dpi is used to describe print quality, while ppi refers to the digital image itself. In essence, scanners measure resolution in terms of ppi, while HP printers and all-in-one units use dpi when referring to print quality. Read more…