What is the maximum file size I should upload?

You can upload files up to 512 MB. Yes that’s huge! Basically, even if each of your photos were 120 megapixels you still would have lots of space per upload. Before uploading verifying that you are indeed uploading a JPEG as your transfer time will be shortened greatly. If you are transferring a large TIFF

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Color Space & ICC Color Profiles

Our photo printing is done using the RGB colour space. Please ensure that you upload images in the RGB colour space with an RGB colour profile otherwise colour shifting can occur. We accept all of the popular RGB colour profiles, to list a few: sRGB IEC61966-2.1, Adobe 1998 RGB, ProPhoto RGB, etc… For B/W or

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Which file types should I upload?

Our online image processor and design tool accepts JPEG, TIFF & PNG file types tool however, we highly prefer JPEG as it provides you the best real-time proofing experience. We designed our image processor around this file type because the majority of digital cameras and smartphones capture and save photography in this same file format.

2020-07-09T16:46:42-04:00|

Aspect Ratios and how it affects your photo cropping

When we look at photograph’s aspect ratio, we are comparing the width value to the height. So if we were measuring a 4 x 6 image, the aspect ratio would be 3:2 because longest side is 1.5 times as long as the short side. Now let’s say you wanted this printed in an 8

2020-07-09T16:45:03-04:00|

Checking your Image Quality

When you upload your photos through our online image uploader, the built-in photo processor utilizes a quality score check mechanism which compares the resolution of your digital photo and chosen print size. If the image resolution is low, a notification will immediately appear. In such cases we highly recommend that you choose a smaller print

2020-07-09T16:38:52-04:00|

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