Large Format Prints

Ooo these are nice! What are the specs?

Our large format prints are printed on professional 250 gsm Kodak paper with a luster finish. Now you can even choose to have a small white border or print your images full bleed. And yes, you can order just one now 

Can I use Instagram photos for the square sizes?

Sadly no, Instagram photos are just too small for even the smallest square size on these beauties. We tried it, the results were terrifying.

Alright fair enough, how large do my photos need to be for each size?

We've got you covered 

Square Large Format Prints

8x8": 800x800 pixels
10x10": 1000x1000 pixels
12x12": 1200x1200 pixels
20x20": 2000x2000 pixels
24x24": 2400x2400 pixels
30x30": 3000x3000 pixels

Rectangular Large Format Prints:

8x10": 800x1000 pixels
8x12": 800x1200 pixels
10x30": 1000x3000 pixels
11x14": 1100x1400 pixels
12x18": 1200x1800 pixels
12x36": 1200x3600 pixels
16x20": 1600x2000 pixels
20x30": 2000x3000 pixels
20x40": 2000x4000 pixels
24x36": 2400x3600 pixels
30x40": 3000x4000 pixels
30x45": 3000x4500 pixels

Woohoo! My favorite photo is large enough. Will it print well? 

Our processor blocks photos that are too small, but cannot see things like resolution or lighting. (It is a very farsighted robot). A good way to tell if your photo will print great on a larger scale is to check the resolution. We print at 300 dpi, you want to be as close to this as possible. If you are still nervous, you can perform what we call the "zoom test" on your image prior to upload. Open up your photo on your computer's photo viewer, and zoom in a little bit. If you are seeing pixelation when you zoom, this will also show up in print.

As a general rule, we recommend printing photos that are taken in natural light. Indoor photos at low light can look fuzzy. (Sorry bar selfies!) 

A Note on Cropping:

If you choose the full bleed option we really recommend keeping all subjects away from the edge of your crop. Our preview page does a great job, but the actual crop can be a tiny bit tighter. Please keep all heads and arms well inside the cropping area with a bit of breathing room for the best possible print.


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