Custom Print Sizes

If you want to print custom print sizes. Please follow these instructions. For this example, we want to print an image that is 11inches wide and 3inches high. First, you must crop or resize your image as per the instructions, noting most importantly that the image must be saved at 300ppi. As we do not print any size paper that is 11×3, the image will be printed onto the next available size. To see a full list of available print sizes, click here. The next available size to print this image on would be a 12×8 sheet. Make on folder on your USB key (burn folder; flash card; etc.) called ‘Printing’ and in this folder, make a new folder called ’12×8 NO RESIZE’. What this means is that in the printing process, your 11×3 image is put on a 12×8 sheet without resizing the image at all. NOTE: if the image was not saved at 300ppi, the image would not come out the correct size on...
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Fill-in and Fit-In Explained

When you are leaving your photos in to be printed, you may choose the option Fill-in or Fit-in. Fill-In is the standard, default setting. Fill-In Explained Most compact cameras take photos in a 4:3 ratio. What this means is that if you select a 6x4 size print (a 3:2 ratio), the whole sheet will be filled, but this will result in parts of your image being cropped. Fit-In Explained If cropping the image does not suit you, as you need the whole image printed, you may choose to print as Fit-In. Alternatively, if neither of these options suits you, you will need to crop your image to be a 6x4. If any further explanation is required, Please do not hesitate to contact us. Click here to download a PDF of this tutorial ...
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