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    Hi.. can i know what is the best image size tat i can print for 4R, 8R in order to maintain the pixel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjflo23 View Post
    Hi.. can i know what is the best image size tat i can print for 4R, 8R in order to maintain the pixel.
    Your question makes very little sense. I think you need to rephrase.

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    Default Re: 4, 8R print

    at 300dpi (dots per inch):

    4R = 4x6 inch (multiply each by 300)------> 1200x1600 resolution

    8R = 8x10 inch --------------------------> 2400x3000 resolution
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    at 300dpi (dots per inch):

    4R = 4x6 inch (multiply each by 300)------> 1200x1600 resolution

    8R = 8x10 inch --------------------------> 2400x3000 resolution
    Thanks bro....

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    is 1200 by 1800 pixels. for 4R print.

    when ever possible. do save it in a higher resolution. say 8x12 at 300 dpi. at least can resize down. with only a 4R source image it is quite difficult if you want to resize upwards.
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    Default Re: 4, 8R print

    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    at 300dpi (dots per inch):

    4R = 4x6 inch (multiply each by 300)------> 1200x1600 resolution

    8R = 8x10 inch --------------------------> 2400x3000 resolution
    I have a question here... if I resize the picture to 1600x2400 (which is the same aspect ratio 4:3), will the picture be crop during printing...? because it seems a bit of the border is cut off.... and it is even worse for 5R (with 5R aspect ratio)
    Pls advise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eagletay View Post
    I have a question here... if I resize the picture to 1600x2400 (which is the same aspect ratio 4:3), will the picture be crop during printing...? because it seems a bit of the border is cut off.... and it is even worse for 5R (with 5R aspect ratio)
    Pls advise...
    Yes, it will be cropped. So to prevent the print unnecessary cropping, first is crop to the print ratio e.g. 4R is 4" x 6" , crop your images to ratio 2:3 or 3:2 depend on orientation. Then down size to 1800x 1200 or 1200x1800 or similar.
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    Ok... I try again... getting furious when the lettering get crop on the bordering...
    Thanks again..
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    also, it is best to shoot at finer quality if u wanna print 8R or bigger for best print result

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    here's a link to different resolutions for different print sizes

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