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What is the resolution for large prints?
Last Updated: 29th February, 2020
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Moreover, what resolution should I use for large prints?
Professional/online printing For a 4" x 6" print, the image resolutionshould be 640 x 480 pixels minimum. For a 5" x 7" print,the image resolution should be 1024 x 768 pixels minimum.For an 8" x 10" print, the image resolution should be1536 x 1024 pixels minimum.
Beside above, what resolution do I need for a 30x40 print? It all depends on the viewing distance, but if theprinter service (e.g. A&I) wants 200 or 300 or 400 dpi thenyou'll have to enlarge the image beyond 3776 x 2832 pixels.Either enlarge the image file to play it safe, or ask the clientwhat the minimum viewing distance will be and then take itfrom there.
Beside above, what resolution do I need for a 24x36 print?
Image Resolution and DPI Requirements
|Print Size/Product||Minimum Image Resolution|
|16x20 Posters||2980x2384 pixels|
|20x30 Posters||4470x2980 pixels|
|24x36 Posters||5400x3600 pixels|
|2x6 Banner||1800x1440 pixels|
What is the resolution for billboard printing?
Most photo printers these days are able toprint at over 2,000 DPI which is far more resolutionthan the "average" photograph that is printed at 300 DPI andin most cases, more expensive printers can print witheven more resolution. Some printers though, likebillboard printers, print with much lessresolution.