Assume we are idiots- that may help!
We have been asked to cover /wrap the inside of an exhibition trailer's walls (approx 8m length and 1.5m height) with the image/s of sky (above the clouds) .
First question: Choosing the image, as we don't have any flight arranged to take photographs above the clouds (ha) we have decided to purchase good res photos from shutter stock. Is this a good start?
our image purchased - 43.89cm x 51.34cm pixels 5084x6064 PPI 300
Second: How to we resize without causing the mac to lag etc we are using photoshop. One colleague as already resized it and it is 10GB! Surely this is far to large to work with?? It just seems far too painful for this to be the answer there must be a better way of re-sizing, keeping good quality and isn't so slow. Also then we have ONYX Rip, which will we print from.
Thirdly: we have a latex HP printer at hand, the max width this can fit to print is 60 inch. What is the best way to break our image down for printing, The rip software can tile the image but if the image is too large to begin with do we have to create a tilled image in photoshop instead and rip individual files?
HELP!!! Many thanks :D