Printing Panorama Photo


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eric69

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is there any photo lab that can print.. let say 4'x20' photo?
Sorry about the OT, I would like to know too. Currently, I'm using my Epson printer to print panorama photos. Previously, I cut the photos into 3 parts and part out in 4x6 papers, and then join them up.
 

ortega

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I think that they will still charge you for a 16" x 20" and cut the white area away.
Unless you have 4 pcs that can be joined together into one 16" x 20" file
and then you ask them to cut for you.
 

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eric69 said:
Sorry about the OT, I would like to know too. Currently, I'm using my Epson printer to print panorama photos. Previously, I cut the photos into 3 parts and part out in 4x6 papers, and then join them up.
I think best option is to find a place with the Large format printer (ie Epson 9600) that can print with roll paper. The 20 inch will be the width and the length will be whatever you choose.... I think PSS has one but not sure if you can pay and use it.
 

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ortega said:
I think that they will still charge you for a 16" x 20" and cut the white area away.
Unless you have 4 pcs that can be joined together into one 16" x 20" file
and then you ask them to cut for you.

haha, so simple thing, but I've never thought of! :bsmilie:
Thanks a lot, mr Ortega for the idea :thumbsup:
 

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guys,
i used to print my paranomic shots at this kodak outlet @ orchard midpoint.
4" x 12" oni charge me $1.

not sure if it's cheap, but i sure like their service then.
 

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