Get a Huge 40'' x 30'' Poster Print for £9.80 @ Tesco Photo + Register and spend £5 and you can get 150 Clubcard points
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Get a Huge 40'' x 30'' Poster Print for £9.80 @ Tesco Photo + Register and spend £5 and you can get 150 Clubcard points

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SuperEd
Found 16th Jul 2014
Huge 40'' x 30 poster print - Free collect instore

Also if your a Register and spend £5 (Example buying the poster) you get 150 cc points which will go onto your account in approx 6 weeks

Your 150 Clubcard Points are on your first order over £5 within 60 days of registering. Points will be credited to your account within 6 weeks of order.

21 Comments

Just what I'm after, Cheers

thanks

What resolution must pictures be so as not to be pixellated with a print this big?

I printed out a 7mp image from a digital camera, looked ok but not great, I'd say 12mp and over is a safe bet

Is this just a 1 pic upload? Or could I create a collage in this size?

bodeiseifer

I printed out a 7mp image from a digital camera, looked ok but not great, … I printed out a 7mp image from a digital camera, looked ok but not great, I'd say 12mp and over is a safe bet



Has to be the first time megapixel ratings would actually make a difference!

Voted. Just at the right time

dealhunterqueen

Is this just a 1 pic upload? Or could I create a collage in this size?



Make a collage in Picasa or in any of the free mobile phone apps you can get on the Play store / itunes and then upload as '1 picture'

I assume its the resolution of the photo that will make the biggest difference? My Nexus takes pics in 2560xsomething but I tend to resize them to 1920x1080 for storing on dropbox, is that going to be too stretched for something this size? Otherwise I will just make a collage type pic to make the pictures smaller

At 300dpi, minimum required for really decent quality you are looking at something like 12000 x 9000

You can get away with less, but not much.

A guide here guide
Edited by: "inertia" 17th Jul 2014

inertia

At 300dpi, minimum required for really decent quality you are looking at … At 300dpi, minimum required for really decent quality you are looking at something like 12000 x 9000You can get away with less, but not much.A guide here guide



108 megapixels then?

thanks will have alook

the number of megapixels won't make a difference, have a look at the link inertia posted above.

what you should also consider is that you won't be viewing this poster as closely as you would a photo in your hand so the image doesn't have to be pin-sharp
Edited by: "kpmatthews" 17th Jul 2014

thanks

inertia

At 300dpi, minimum required for really decent quality you are looking at … At 300dpi, minimum required for really decent quality you are looking at something like 12000 x 9000You can get away with less, but not much. A guide here guide


Excellent guide, thank you.

Ordered! Personally I think you can get away with a far lower resolution than 12000x9000. I remember when Photobox were doing prints this size for £4 I ordered one using a photo of about 4500x3000 and it was fine, especially as its a poster not being viewed up close. This time I've used one about 5500x4000

To everyone who says you can get away with lower resolutions, I agree.

As some users have mentioned, Posters are not generally viewed up as close as photos, so you can get away with less. ( I was merely suggesting that 1920x1080 was too LOW for such large poster size)

I think welshfrankie has it about right for real world use (12000x9000 are hard to deal with on a lots of computers, and they have huge file sizes)

Edited by: "inertia" 17th Jul 2014


Note: Individual pictures may not exceed 15MB in file size. Following file types are supported for image upload jpg,jpeg,jpe,jfif,gif,tif,tiff,bmp,dib,png

Thanks OP

Picked mine up this morning.
Was quite worried as I was working with a 2000 x 1333 downloaded image.
Turned out surprisingly well. Ordering another now.

no sign of this promo on Tesco website. followed link. is it still valid?
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