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Cheap printing image file-size guide

If you don’t send your images off to be printed very often, you won’t know what size to save them.

What you need is a guide for file size and pixel length. Then you’ll be able to prepare your snapshots quickly before either uploading or taking them down to your local photo processing store*.

And, as luck would have it, here is the guide you need (supplied courtesy of Bonusprint).

In a recent Which? Magazine survey Bonusprint were rated as having the best print service but several services performed well.

*NOTE: Photo processing store in Britain means Boots, Jessops or Asda, or something similar.

 

 

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This entry was posted on April 11, 2011 by in Uncategorized.
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