wat format to send in for printing?


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overcrash

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Hi guys
would like to know wat format you all sent ur pics in for photo priniting..

is it

PNG
JPG
GIF
TIFF

or others

pls advice.
and also wat resolution with give how many R photo?
can tell me ?
thanx
 

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Originally posted by overcrash
Hi guys
would like to know wat format you all sent ur pics in for photo priniting..
i sent mine as TIF file
 

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Send JPG. There is no difference in printing from a low compression JPG or TIFF. Believe me, I've seen 8x10" output from the Fuji Frontier (that most Fuji labs use for digital printing), in BMP, TIFF, JPG and they all looked no different from each other. Save some bandwidth. :)

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Originally posted by ckiang
Send JPG. There is no difference in printing from a low compression JPG or TIFF. Believe me, I've seen 8x10" output from the Fuji Frontier (that most Fuji labs use for digital printing), in BMP, TIFF, JPG and they all looked no different from each other. Save some bandwidth. :)

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CK
really?
then i will send in as JPG then

anyway u know wat max size would the folowing resolution give???


2048x1536
1600x1200

thanx

like to have those 5R / 6Rs
dunno need wat size
 

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Originally posted by overcrash


really?
then i will send in as JPG then

anyway u know wat max size would the folowing resolution give???


2048x1536
1600x1200

thanx

like to have those 5R / 6Rs
dunno need wat size
1600x1200 can print a pretty good 8R, and a very good 5R. 2048x1536 can print a very good 8R.

Regards
CK
 

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If your camera takes 1600x1200 pics, it would be better to send in 1600x1067 for 4R and 1500x1200 for 8R to keep the ratio correct.

For more pixels, crop accordingly to keep the correct ratio.
 

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usually i sent it in tiff or jpeg..depending what size is my print....but if below 8x10...tiff and jpeg could hardly tells the diff
 

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Originally posted by mpenza
If your camera takes 1600x1200 pics, it would be better to send in 1600x1067 for 4R and 1500x1200 for 8R to keep the ratio correct.

For more pixels, crop accordingly to keep the correct ratio.

thanx man!
 

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