Discussion in 'Cell Phone Cameras & Camera Phones' started by Olivia_ZZZ, Mar 16, 2018.
Do you know how big is too big if the photo is not cropped? Thank you!
It probably depends on your own definition of "too big".
Below are some links that go into printing iPhone images. How big do you want to print, and how close are you going to be viewing it? Where will you be displaying it? Do you need it to be really good or just "good enough"?
I personally wouldn't hesitate printing 8x10s from iPhone images that were not cropped.
6 tips for printing from your smartphone
Yes, it totally depends on image and size!
Id say depending on the phone and how many pixels the phone takes per shoot. when id print a lot of photos off of my phone say at the Walmart print center i would choose the wallet size or a normal 8x10 because i didn't want the image to look too "grainy" but to each of there own on that opinion.
Yes i do.
There are some apps that can help with your problem. These apps can help you to crop and adjust your photos before helping you to print them. To find this app, you should visit website top1apk. I think they will have this app for you. If they don't, you can look for them in other sites. It's because i dont think google play and app store offer you this kind of app.
I'm not sure about iPhone 7 but my phone Galaxy S9+ can print 24"x 49" without any adjustment.
I have printed 5x7/ 6x4/8x10 from iphone 7 and they were fine.
I also have printed several 8x10's from my 7+ with no issues.
Ahhh the old format size question dressed up in cell phone vernacular.
So I printed off an iPhone 6sPlus a picture that was 12x14.
but remember the distance your going to look at the image from.
To see a large image your going to be a proportional distance away from the print to absorb it all.
AND image format type. TIFF, JPEG, and how its processed.
You will just have to experiment with it and do some test prints to see.
You can download the app at mobidescargar to solve your problem
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