What is the actual PIXEL we need for 4R ??


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siron

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Anyone can enlighten me? I sent in my pictures at 1300x980.
I lost my frames!!!!! sien.
What is the actual PIXEL to send in that what I send is what I get??
Any one??

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At least 600 x 400 pixels for acceptable quality. For best quality, no more than 1800 x 1200 is required. Going beyond that will not give an increase in quality.

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Take the 6 by 4:

6 x 300ppi = 1800
4 x 300ppi = 1200

So you need roughly the above size for a 4R picture (tat's what I was told) so not too sure on this....
 

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Originally posted by Blitz
Take the 6 by 4:

6 x 300ppi = 1800
4 x 300ppi = 1200

So you need roughly the above size for a 4R picture (tat's what I was told) so not too sure on this....
Sounds logical.
 

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Originally posted by revenant


Sounds logical.
1800 x 1200 is even sufficient to print a pretty good 8x12. :) The fact is that you don't really need 300ppi for a good picture. 150-200ppi can produce very good results if you start off with a good image.

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