A. The different photo resolutions
|Minimum Resolution||Recommended Resolution||Recommended Digital Camera Resolution|
|Format 10x13||480x640||1200x1600||2M. pixels|
|Format 10x15||480x720||1200x1800||2M. pixels|
|Format 11x15||540x720||1350x1800||3M. pixels|
|Format 13x19||615x920||1540x2300||4M. pixels|
|Format 15x23||720x1080||1800x2700||5M. pixels|
|Format 18x27||850x1280||2120x3190||7M. pixels|
|Format 20x30||950x1430||2390x3580||8M. pixels|
|Format 30x45||1180x1770||2390x3580||8M. pixels|
|Format 40x60||1580x2370||2370x3550||9M. pixels|
|Format 50x75||1970x2950||2950x4430||13M. pixels|
Photographic film traditionally (24x36) has a ratio of three long by two high (3/2).
In digital photography, it is usual to work with different proportions of images, the most common are 3/2, 4/3, 1/1 and 16/9. Some devices offer less common ratios like 5/4 and 2/1.
By default, we print your photos respecting the original framing.
Our website helps you by automatically detecting the most classic ratios. So by default the proposed sizes are:
- 10x15 cm
- 10x13 cm
- 10x10 cm
- 10x18 cm
Width of 10 cm and length of 18 cm maximum.
- 10L format for ratios smaller than 16/9. (Width 10 cm, length according to the proportion).
- 18C format for ratios larger than 16/9. (Length 18 cm, width according to the proportion).
If you choose a different ratio from that of your file, with the option "original" you will get a white border on 2 sides of the image and with the option "full sheet", your images will be cropped to fill the entire format selected (see example below).