Get a Huge 45" x 30" or 40" x 30" Poster Print for £7.98 Delivered @ Photobox.co.uk (Usually £24.99)
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Get a Huge 45" x 30" or 40" x 30" Poster Print for £7.98 Delivered @ Photobox.co.uk (Usually £24.99)

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SuperEd
Found 17th Mar 2014
It's back! 2 days only!

Create any of the two poster sizes above then use code BIGPOSTER

Ordered last time round and they were excellent!

Don't forget cashback
- Jiming

49 Comments

Any idea what the resolution of jpgs should be to blow up this big?

pro designer here - native res at the 45x30 size would be

13500px x 9000px

Thanks Johnorama

So for example, if I wanted to buy rights to a couple of stock photos and get printed up for my daugher's room, I should go for the XL below? The only thing that has me confused is don't they sell these stock images for use on billboards etc... so a 45x30 inch poster should come up pretty clean?

XS .jpg 0.12 MP 400 x 300 pixels 1.33" x 1" (72 DPI)
S .jpg 0.5 MP 800 x 600 pixels 2.66" x 2" (72 DPI)
M .jpg 2 MP 1600 x 1200 pixels 5.33" x 4" (300 DPI)
L .jpg 4 MP 2400 x 1600 pixels 8" x 5.33" (300 DPI)
XL .jpg 8 MP 3100 x 2500 pixels 10.33" x 8.33" (300 DPI)
XXL .jpg 15 MP 5000 x 3000 pixels 16.66" x 10" (300 DPI)
V (Vector) .ai .eps .svg - All sizes All sizes
Edited by: "bluep" 17th Mar 2014

if you have the option for a vector then that is the one you want, vectors can be scaled to any size. Aside from that then I would just go for the largest possible resolution... XL should come up decent but if theres the option for a vector (and they accept that file format) then i would definitely go with that...

looks like they only accept jpgs ... so unless you have any designer friends who you could send the vector to, and they size it and make it into a vector, then the XXL will be the right choice

Worth a punt given that a similar print/poster of what i want is coming up at £50 for the same size whereas this will be £10 for the photo rights and £7.5 for the poster print.

thanks

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I wonder which two days they will be. :-)

Megamart

Any decent frames about for either size, any recommendations?

Whats all this with the native resolutions?

Does this mean I couldn't take a photo with my 12 megapixel camera and have it blown up as it would look rubbish?

roadrunner1

Any decent frames about for either size, any recommendations?



These are the frames I got last time, 2 of them for £41 delivered, they are smaller than the posters but you can trim them no problem. I'm happy with mine and I'm tempted to re-order now!

ikea.com/gb/…27/

Anyone got an awesome sized print or a link to somewhere with decent postersized images?

how big would ithe image have to be to look good?

Tagging for later

Remember when this was £1.99!

The Range had some huge frames in today...I think they were £13.99.

Jetpac

Anyone got an awesome sized print or a link to somewhere with decent … Anyone got an awesome sized print or a link to somewhere with decent postersized images?


Have you tried flickr.com/exp…ore?
Lots of good quality pictures on there and you can view original size. Lots are not copyrighted.
Choose a photo, click on the 3 little dots and select 'Download / All Sizes, then select the largest in pixels. Right click and Save As.
Edited by: "Jegkat33" 17th Mar 2014

The Range had some huge frames in today...I think they were £13.99.

Cheers ordered one. 3 quid quidco too. Bargain

benjammin316

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Same here...

Heat from me

Heat added, ordered 4 posters for £23! Thanks OP!

Format has to be JPEG but max size allowable per file is 10mb, that's very restricting for a poster this size.

whats best to print on, matt or gloss?

Matt goss

KongDonkey

Matt goss

Nice one, I was struggling to think what to get a massive pic of.

hot from me

goonertillidie

Previous posters ordered by JacksterJDMLink



I think i am going to do the same posters, do you have a link for the frames?

m00ny

These are the frames I got last time, 2 of them for £41 delivered, they … These are the frames I got last time, 2 of them for £41 delivered, they are smaller than the posters but you can trim them no problem. I'm happy with mine and I'm tempted to re-order now!http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/30132527/



How much did you need to trim off? the picture i want printed has some text near the edge, so i am going to have to put a border around it which can act as a buffer to be trimmed, but i don't want to make it too big! (so i have the leave some of it in place!)

Many thanks, good deal

ordered, but forgot cashback - duh. Never mind, might just have to order some more. :-)

roadrunner1

Any decent frames about for either size, any recommendations?



I hang mine using these: posterhanger.com/

You can sidestep the 10MB limit by creating an account first, then uploading the pic from there. I just did a 25.1MB one no problem.

... and a 48MB one (cool).

Jegkat33

Lots of good quality pictures on there and you can view original size. … Lots of good quality pictures on there and you can view original size. Lots are not copyrighted.Choose a photo, click on the 3 little dots and select 'Download / All Sizes, then select the largest in pixels. Right click and Save As.



How are you determining that the images aren't copyright? All images are copyright (they don't need to show a copyright logo to be so). Only the licence they issue you allows the use of the photo.

benjammin316

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ditto

low quality image.... will this come out grainy? Its a pic from a professional but I'm uploading from PC not the disc. Would the disc load a higher quality image? Any help much appreciated!

Mine was average quality on site but it came yesterday - thought the quality was good, pic was taken with a small panny lumix 12mp

Forgot how big 40" is

Need a frame now
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