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Let us Make prints from your digital camera...
We can make 4x6's and larger prints directly from your digital camera memory card. Free down loads while you wait, or pick it up with your print order. We will also work from your CD's, floppy's, and other digital storage media. All prints are made on Genuine Kodak Professional Photo paper for the best look and stability
Create your own composite pictures and let us print them for you. Sizes can range up to 30 inches wide by however long you decide. As long as you can compose them and save them to a disk, we can print them.
Q & A
What is the largest size I can get from my camera?
Size is always relative. You can have a low quality file or low pixel count camera make a large print, but the results may not be pleasing. The sizes listed below are for a film quality print, more or less. The next larger size would be possible in many cases, IF you don't mind a lack of sharpness or details, or smooth lines. For the largest print possible, use the highest quality camera setting with the least amount of compression. Then the only real problem is the "chip" size of your camera.
1.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 4x6 size print
2.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 5x7 size print
3.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 8x10 size print
4.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 11x14 size print
5.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 16x20 size print
6.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 20x30 size print
8.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 30x40 size print
10.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 30x40 size print with 20% cropping
12.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 30x40 size print with 40% cropping
18.0 Mega pixel camera makes a 30x40 size print with 50% cropping
Prints can be made in just about any size you can crop or combine together. For example: Using a 6 Mp camera, you could shoot 4 verticals frames and make a 20x96 inch print. Or you can combine 10, 20 or even 40 different pictures onto one page and still have an 8x10 print. It all depends upon what your want. Call for details.
Why aren't my digital pictures 4x6 size?
We always print your pictures full frame 3:2 ratio, unless no cropping is requested. Since there is a difference in the aspect ratios from the many digital cameras versus film camera there are going to be different sizes. If set your camera for 35mm or 3:2 format, or if you resize your digital prints to be 4x6 at 300DPI then there will never be a problem. HD format 16:9 is more rectangular than a standard 4x6 so some will be cut off the sides; while many point and shoot or 4/3 format cameras are 4:3 ratio, so the top and bottom will be cropped off.
What size digital file do I need to make those great ceiling shots?
We have a variety of sizes on our ceiling. The smallest is a cropped 6MP file and the largest is an 21MP file. All the files had to be cropped a little since they are 2 foot x 4 foot in size. Generally about 20% has to be removed from the long sides of the file to make the image very rectangular.