One of the unique types of ketubot we create is a photo ketubah. Simply put, you send in an image or photo to us, select a text and then we print it on archival, fine art paper or canvas. As you can see, some photos are more serious, and others more whimsical. Whatever your preference!
The following is a brief FAQ concerning photo ketubot:
(1) Where do I send the image or photo?
You should e-mail the image or photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have already placed the order via our web-site, please place the order number in the subject line.
(2) Where does the text get placed within the image or photo?
If you have any preference of how the text should be placed within the photo, just let us know in the Customer Notes box at the end of the checkout process or send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
(3) What the heck does DPI mean?
It stands for “Dots Per Inch.” In layman’s terms, DPI is used to measure the resolution of an image both on a screen and in print. As the name suggests, the DPI measures how many dots fit into a linear inch. Therefore, the higher the DPI, the more detail can be shown in an image. Usually, a minimum of 300 DPI is required to produce a photo ketubah, however, the higher the resolution, the better your ketubah will look when it is enlarged.
(4) What is the size of a photo ketubah?
The size is 16 x 24 give or take an inch.
K. C. Walensky