4R size?


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Phildate

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Would it be possible to have a 'sticky' with all the photo sizes in inches and cm/mm? Always forgetting and then trying to find again? What do you think Mods?
 

jbma

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Aiyah this was discussed in a thread before. Just copy it and paste on Word and save the document. That's what I did.
 

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For those who needed info, here is something I compiled sometime back...
In Inches
3R - 3" X 5"
4R - 4" X 6"
5R - 5" X 7"
6R - 6" X 8"
8R - 8" X 10"
S8R - 8" X 12"
10R - 10" X 12"
S10R - 10" X 15"

A1 - 23.3" X 33.1
A3 - 11.7" x 16.5"
A4 - 8.2" X 11.7"
 

zod

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3R is 3.5" X 5"

Newbie123 said:
For those who needed info, here is something I compiled sometime back...
In Inches
3R - 3" X 5"
4R - 4" X 6"
5R - 5" X 7"
6R - 6" X 8"
8R - 8" X 10"
S8R - 8" X 12"
10R - 10" X 12"
S10R - 10" X 15"

A1 - 23.3" X 33.1
A3 - 11.7" x 16.5"
A4 - 8.2" X 11.7"
 

Catpuke

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I dunno if this is relevant. I was wondering wat is the minimum resolution needed for each of the sizes so dat the print outs wont appear pixelated.

Anyone knows?

Thanks.
 

sumball

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Hope this help

12R - 12" x 18" or 3600x5400
S10R - 10" x 15" or 3000x4500
10R - 10" x 12" or 3000x3600
S8R - 8" x 12" or 2400x3600
8R - 8" x 10" or 2400x3000
6R - 6" x 8" or 1800x2400
5R - 5" x 7" or 1500x2100
4R - 6" x 4" or 1800x1200
3R - 5" x 3.5" or 1500x1050
 

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sumball said:
Hope this help

12R - 12" x 18" or 3600x5400
S10R - 10" x 15" or 3000x4500
10R - 10" x 12" or 3000x3600
S8R - 8" x 12" or 2400x3600
8R - 8" x 10" or 2400x3000
6R - 6" x 8" or 1800x2400
5R - 5" x 7" or 1500x2100
4R - 6" x 4" or 1800x1200
3R - 5" x 3.5" or 1500x1050
just to add on. remember to set your image dpi to 300 for print.
 

Catpuke

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Oh thanks. If send to shop for printing, i wont need to bother about the 300dpi thing rite? Coz i dunno wat its about.

And sumball: erm is 4R supposed to be 1800 X 1200? coz looks abit weird when compare to the other sizes.
 

zerotake

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Catpuke said:
Oh thanks. If send to shop for printing, i wont need to bother about the 300dpi thing rite? Coz i dunno wat its about.

And sumball: erm is 4R supposed to be 1800 X 1200? coz looks abit weird when compare to the other sizes.
new here. its best that you crop yourself i think. cos norm eg. 4R u wun get ur full pic. so if ur subject is near the edge u gotta be more careful lor.
when cropping just make sure the dpi is 300. by putting for eg. 4X6in 300 dpi the cropped image will be 1800X1200. so dun bother about the dimensions in px . take as high res as possible to prevent qty loss lor.
 

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