We can have individual prints made for you using the same lab that produces our photo books. We shoot photos using a 3:2 aspect ratio, so for most of your images the ideal enlargement sizes are 4×6, 6×9, 8×12, 10×15, 12×18, 16×24, etc. However, it is important to note that in some cases we may have cropped your images to a non-standard size, meaning that the resulting print will have white space and need to be trimmed. You can see an image’s dimensions in File Explorer (Windows) or Finder (Mac) by examining the image’s properties.
The maximum size at which you can print an image without visible degradation depends on the image’s dimensions and pixel density (i.e., dots per inch or dpi). Because each of your images may have been cropped differently, each of your images may have different dimensions. We usually provide your final images at 240 dpi. To calculate the maximum print size of an image, divide its width and height by 240. For example, an image with dimensions of 5184 x 3456 pixels at 240 dpi would have a maximum print size of 21.6″ x 14.4″. The ratio of 5184:3456 equates to 1.5:1 (or 3:2), meaning it conforms to a standard print size (see chart below) and could be printed on a maximum of 18″ x 12″ paper.