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The optimal resolution for your poster

Posted in News on 17 May 2019

 

 

300 ppi 4960 x 7016 pixels
(This is good resolution for a poster)

150 ppi 2480 x 3508 pixels
(Minimum resolution for a poster)

A digital camera of 16 megapixels or more can
be used to print high quality A2 size posters.

 

 

300 ppi 7016 x 9933 pixels
(This is good resolution for a poster)

150 ppi 3508 x 4967 pixels
(Minimum resolution for a poster)

A digital camera of 20 megapixels or more can
be used to print high quality A1 size posters.

300 ppi 9933 x 14043 pixels
(This is good resolution for a poster)

150 ppi 4967 x 7022 pixels
(Minimum resolution for a poster)

A digital camera of 24 megapixels or more can
be used to print high quality A0 size posters.

GLOSSARY

PPI: Pixels per inch. The more pixels per inch the higher the resolution and the better the quality.
Pixels: Your image is like a mosaic formed by lots of tiny tiles which in photography we call pixels.

So the more pixels per inch, the better. You can always expand your image file to the size of the poster before sending it to us, just to make sure there is no loss of quality!

 

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