4, 8R print


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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.
Your question makes very little sense. I think you need to rephrase.
 

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at 300dpi (dots per inch):

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

8R = 8x10 inch --------------------------> 2400x3000 resolution
 

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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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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... :think:
 

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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... :think:
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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