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High Hood

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Printing 16x9
« on: August 27, 2018, 06:19:01 PM »
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Okay everyone I have a problem. To me, the 16x9 crop format is the greatest format ever, and the vast majority of my photos on Flickr are in 16x9.  I'd really like to start printing off my photos, but I'm not sure how to handle them being in the 16x9 format.  Since it's not as easy as getting a 16"by 9" print made, what are some options I can pursue to still retain my 16x9 format when printed?

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Re: Printing 16x9
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2018, 06:29:31 PM »
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Print on 11×17 and cut them down?

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Re: Printing 16x9
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2018, 10:41:44 PM »
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Okay everyone I have a problem. To me, the 16x9 crop format is the greatest format ever, and the vast majority of my photos on Flickr are in 16x9.  I'd really like to start printing off my photos, but I'm not sure how to handle them being in the 16x9 format.  Since it's not as easy as getting a 16"by 9" print made, what are some options I can pursue to still retain my 16x9 format when printed?
This lab, for example, will print 16x9 format photos in a 16" x 9" size (among several others) and offers a selection of photo papers:
https://us.whitewall.com/service/formats-prices/inexpensive-photo-print#i=item-fujiLambdaPrint

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Re: Printing 16x9
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2018, 11:42:14 PM »
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Appreciate the link. I have a panorama from this past spring's outing that I'm thinking about entering in a local photo exhibit, and was flailing about for a lab that could handle it at a reasonable price. Looks like White Wall is the answer.

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